After a great lunch with Jenny, I'm back at my bure trying to recharge all the batteries. So far I'm not having any luck. I forgot to bring power adaptors (a BIG mistake) and the transformer lent to me is giving power fluctuation signals. I can't figure out how to fix this problem. Luckily, I have enough power remaining in the batteries to make it through one more dive.
The day has slipped by so fast, my mind can barely trace it. I came back from diving around 1, ate lunch and talked until 3 and now it's 4. I'll just take a little nap ... right under the ceiling fan in the room.. Oh, that feels good.
There are times when I can appreciate my blind luck and this evening, despite the day's setback, is truly majestic. I woke up from my nap to a most spectacular sunset. My thoughts start to wander off. The sun is dazzling in its last, ephemeral embrace.
I'm having a great time playing with my Nikon D90. The settings are on Aperture and I've set the white balance with an expo disc. I'm experimenting with the focus, neutral density grandient filter, and F stops, and so far the results look interesting on the LCD screen. We'll have to see what it really looks like on a large computer screen. What do you think of the results?
Good night sun!