While waiting under the closed jetty, I decided to try out my newly acquired swimming camera.
Under the jetty pathway, next to the forest edge, there were litters big and small everywhere. Although the beach and jetty at Labrador is closed to public, people were still able to find a way down to the beach.
|Plastic chair left behind recently.|
|Macro mode of the underside|
|Testing the capabilities of Super Macro mode.|
|After rain view of the shore and the refineries in the distant.|
|Inside of a bract, with male flowers.|
|The bract among the Tape seagrass.|
|2 male flowers, which will be transported around by the incoming tide.|
It was a very wet monitoring day for Ria and I at Labrador.
So far I am quite satisfied with my new swimming camera, except for its auto white balance. It is not able to produce a similar colour tone for images at the same environment. A slight change in angle changes the colour production of the image. Overall, images come with a more reddish tone.
Read about the monitoring session from TeamSeagrass' blog: Labrador (11 Jan 2013)