WPC: Being Careful at Sea

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Good morning from a wet and miserable spring day here in Hastings.

My daughter arrived yesterday and we had a great time catching up.  Yesterday the weather was hot and blustery so we made some plans to go out this weekend to take photos.  Maybe not with this weather.  I am sure we will think of something to do.

Anyway  from the Daily Post  Weekly Photo Challenge has given us the prompt to  “show us careful — a photo taken with care, a person being careful, or a task or detail requiring care.”

So I had to have  a think about this one.  As I was going through my photos I found this photo taken at Westshore.  This is looking over to Port Ahuriri with some windsurfers in the foreground.  Because New Zealand is basically islands we are as a nation very keen on water sports – we have done well over the years in yachting and wind surfing.   The weather wasn’t ideal this day, but that didn’t stop the windsurfers from going out – they are being cautious as there is a support boat out there with them.  You can never be too careful in the water.

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/careful/

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Careful

#FridayFoto: Let Sleeping Cats (And Men) Lie…

https://zainabjavid.wordpress.com/2015/10/23/weekly-photo-challenge-careful/

https://sustainabilitea.wordpress.com/2015/10/23/weekly-photo-challenge-careful-use-as-needed/

https://piecesofstarlight.wordpress.com/2015/10/23/wpc-careful/

https://tomwarrenphoto.wordpress.com/2015/10/23/great-blue-heron/

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8 thoughts on “WPC: Being Careful at Sea”

  1. You’re right about being careful in the water. The east coast of the US has had a number of unusual shark attacks this year, even in very shallow water. Even those being careful have fallen prey.

    janet

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    1. We have shark attacks too, though rarely. The problem here in New Zealand is that people are not careful at sea – they don’t wear life jackets or the wrong type of clothing or don’t watch the weather conditions.

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