I’m blogging from a cruise ship, the Celebrity Summit while it is docked in Bermuda. We’re in our last hour at port and then we’re on our way back to New Jersey. We’ve been in Bermuda for the last three days and it reminded me how much I love this island. I hope we will be back soon, maybe not on a cruise though (more on that later).
Josh ruined our old DSLR (water spilled on the camera in his bag) when we first got to Athens in May, so we were in need of purchasing a new camera before this trip. Instead of going back to a DSLR, we opted for a point and shoot that provided more functionality. Most of the pictures seen in this post were taken on our new Sony DSC-RX100M II. It seems like a great camera so far with some really neat features that we will need to take some time to learn.
Without further ado, I hope you enjoy some of my favorite pictures from this trip so far.
Sailing detour by the Statue of Liberty.
Sailing underneath the Verrazano Bridge. Less than 11 weeks until I run over this bridge again.
First formal night “fancy” selfie with Smartphone Control Mode on the new camera.
Decorating my own cupcakes at Qsine Restaurant.
View from Southampton. We hiked up a hill and spent a lovely afternoon at the pool and beach with my friend, Jen and her family.
Turns out I’m not very good at stand-up paddle boarding because I’m not coordinated enough to paddle.
I’m much better at paddling when I’m kneeling. I also enjoyed doing yoga on the board. I’m a lazy paddle boarder.
Self-portrait face detection mode on the camera. The camera detects our faces and then starts the timer to take the selfie. I think it did a pretty good job.
Morning run around Royal Naval Dockyard. This is an iPhone picture, I don’t trust myself enough to run with a camera.
The butt of the cruise ship. Sorry, I’m so immature. Another iPhone picture.
Chickens crossing the road, literally.
That’s it for now. Goodbye Bermuda, until next time.
Have a great weekend everyone!