Alright, I am going to skip out on the story today and just bring you a little piece of badass for today.
... Okay maybe a little story, I can't help myself.
It was my friend's birthday and he and his family has a full service boat repair and maintenance facility. So being the mariner that he was since birth, we (he and a handful of his closest friends) naturally had to meet the ocean for his 18th birthday. It was an excellent day on the islet and he decided to rent a jetski.
By the Scepter of Aunt Jemaima was this photo so perfectly timed!
Taking into consideration that I was standing on the deck of a rocking boat with a non-waterproof point and shoot camera with no adjustments (or ability to adjust) other than the default settings available taking a picture of a jetski moving at over 20 miles per hour, I can say that I am pretty satisfied with the photo.
It could be lacking if I was taking the shot with my nicer savings-depleting camera but all things considered, I freaking love how this photo turned out.
Location: Palo Mino Isla (off the shore of Ceiba, Puerto Rico)
Year taken: 2012
Camera used: Cannon PowerShot A1200