One of my many personal projects is to look for and photograph bits and pieces of the architecture on cruise ships. For that purpose I hardly go anywhere without my little point & shoot camera. It isn’t as intimidating as a regular camera and doesn’t look a lot different than a phone, which everyone is used to seeing.
There are things to see everywhere on board, just like on land. Sometimes it is simply a shadow or a reflection, and occasionally it is just a piece of glass or metal that has an interesting shape. Symphony of the Seas was no exception.
8 thoughts on “Cruising for Photos”
Excellent captures Tom, especially that last one. And extra kudos for managing to exclude people in all these shots. I cannot imagine that was easy 🙂
Thank you, Cedric. Early morning and port days where a lot of folks leave the ship are good times for keeping the people out. Also shooting at the ceiling sometimes!
Although it’s only 11 ° here, I’m with you in spirit, Tom.
For that I am happy, Ken. 😉 Supposed to get to 70 here in NC today. We’ll see!
I prefer the rugged walls of Italy
Also nice…thanks James!
A great series of images, as usual. I must admit there is some very interesting architecture in these images that is truly art in itself. I hope to see more in the future.
And, yes it has remembered me.
I’ve definitely got more, Monte! I published a .pdf book of cruise ship photos a few years ago and need to figure out how to make it download-able from my blog.
I’m glad we figured out the remembering thing! Interesting how poking around the settings can sometimes turn up something useful. Almost like reading the directions…. 😉
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