This probably won't be the last post with pics as I have some odds and ends and I'll probably shoot around the grounds again tomorrow morning. Today I took a run up to dockyard on the ferry, the same as I on my first full day with Mary and Carol :-) Another beautiful day so I took many shots from the boat. Given that I have no zoom many of these are heavy crops, still impressed with the clarity and detail I get from the X100S that allows me to make these huge crops in Lightroom. Enjoy.
|The city of Hamilton|
|The ferry terminal|
A huge sailing ships, didn't catch her name.
The Hamilton Princess - http://www.fairmont.com/hamilton-bermuda/
On the way out of Hamilton there are some amazing houses and boats.
Someone once told me that this place belonged to one of the original Microsoft founders, not Bill Gates, but not sure if that is still the case or not.
Two cruise ships in Dockyard.
They make this tour boat look pretty small.
Very sad to see Teddy Tucker's "Miss Wendy" sitting as a derelict. But was happy to discover that she's to be sunk as a dive site. A great tribute to Teddy (who is still alive) and his famous treasure and ship discoveries. http://bermudasun.bm/Content/NEWS/News/Article/Tucker-s-famous-boat-likely-to-be-sunk/24/270/73627
The tug "Faithful" looks like she has seen better days as well.
The Clocktower Mall
At least the "Edward Stowe" still seems to be working.
Commissionaires House in Dockyard up on the hill.
The view out the back of the ferry leaving dockyard,