365 Project: Day 282

Day 282

Day 282. This year’s most super moon of all… rising through the slightly smoky layer, as viewed from Table Cape. Those of you familiar with the NW coast of Tasmania might take note of the small ship at the bottom right of the frame – yes, that’s the Toll ship on the way out. Really gives a sense of scale doesn’t it??

365 Project: Day 282

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      1. …and thank you! I take that as a great compliment coming from you. I have a friend who is legally blind and sees monochromatically and have notices that we both are fairly keen on patterns and forms. I think it’s perhaps how the brain gets wired over time. I had and uncle as well who was color blind but had better than 20/20 vision and ended up as a spotter/frogman in the Navy during WWII. I gather his eyes were actually less-easily fooled by camouflage than someone with “normal” vision would be.
        I do mess with color a bit, but I’ve come to learn to get a second opinion, i.e. my wife’s.
        Thanks again–

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