Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines



Just a mile or 2 away from the Port Elizabeth Harbor, Admiralty Bay Anchorage, we were met by a man in a small inflatable dingy with his camera in hand.  A local here approaches boats as they are making their way to the anchorage and takes photos of them.  Sailboats probably look great with their sails full of wind, heeled over as they head toward the bay.  All the islands we have been too, and this is the first time we have encountered a local taking action photos of the boats.  What a great idea!



The next morning, Kenmore came by the boat with an 8x10 in a frame and a USB stick for us to view all the photos.  He had a price sheet printed up and said to view the files and he’d come back in an hour.  The files were all watermarked and low res so he wasn’t leaving his final product with us yet.  It was a nice low pressure sale.  It was fun to have in action shots of RCabin, and towing the tender, so I purchased the digital copies, and he gave us the unframed print for free. 






  1. It's so great to see you in action.

  2. Hey, that's something you can think about with your new camera! Make a little money along the way too... ;)