Weekly Photo Challenge: Let There Be Light- Offshore

Here’s another one for the Weekly Photo Challenge. It’s still on ‘Light’. I took these while I was at work (offshore). I can’t believe I got the moon to come out so good. I took a ton of pictures, it was the ‘supermoon’, but I only had my little point and shoot camera with me and with all the vibration on the rig, I’m just really surprised to get anything like this.

The boat was another story. It came so close to us, I could have thrown a stick at it and actually hit it (I can’t throw very far). Driving us crazy since all vessels are supposed to stay outside our 500 m zone unless we grant permission. They were just about up under our lifeboats. 🙁

We worry they may interfere with our thrusters or ROV with their fishing gear, but they could care less (until something happens like they actually catch a fish and they lose it because their line got cut in our thrusters).

If you want to see the other entries for the Challenge, or enter it yourself, here’s the link

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/photo-challenge-lights/

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    • Thanks Vicky, they put lights in the water, it attracts the fish

      I haven’t been lucky enough to see the phosphorescence here in the Gulf of Mexico, it’s really something special 🙂

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  7. Good word! You got a jackpot! I had to borrow something to get for my gadget a good shot like that. Kudos. An accomplishment I should say. Not many can get to the moon. 😉

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