It’s Bad Shot Day On Woody Boater!
We all have standards and what the good are standards if they cant be broken. So Calling all bad half feet fat person in the foreground shots today! Have a person from the back but cool boat anyway? Lets see it. How about a bad reflection?
Ugly Uncle who ruins every shot? Lets see it! How about that grey out of focus blob in the Garage photo you used trying to sell your boat and are shocked no one responded? Lets see it…if we can. So why bad Shot Day? Well thanks to the good shot folks at Classic boating Magazine, they are asking for readers to submit shots from shows.
Well, Mr Classic Boating guys. You asked for it. We will pick a winner today for sure. Like the so out of focus you wonder if you have cataracts, cause didn’t the shooter see that?
Or the dear god man, are you sure we all want to see your daughter that way shot. Yes is the answer, but you may regret it, and she surly will.
Basically you can comment today with any shots that break these rules from our Pals at Classic boating, who apparently have standards! HAHAHAHAAHAHAH! What are those on a wonderful day like today!
So much for #4 don’t shoot backs of people. By the way one of my favorite shots.
One of my favorites, with the bonus of Matt’s best side!
You get it all here. Feet, socks, backs, butts…
Hahahahahaha beauty and the beast
Even the back side of Chris and Joy Smith in Odyssea is a great shot!
I knew I should have saved all those “BAD” shots, for a rainy day like today. Finally found one, that has at least three no-no’s in one shot; Legs in picture, cut the head off the person, and only got a small part of the intended boat I was wanting to shoot…
opps here is the picture
one more time
one more time
My favorite picture of Tommy
Great shot of Matt
Not so graceful re-entry
Somewhere in this photo was a boat, complete with pilot and passenger. All I see is blurry water and evidence the camera was WAY off level. Taken by a wobbly photog with bad timing. Me.
Maybe I shouldn’t just delete all my not so good shots. Thanks for the great entertainment today – will have to look again this evening for more!
“Backs of People” and our last gasp from Portland, OR last weekend.
Photo credit: Don Ayers
Oh, we have lots of these…
When your passengers are either way too over excited OR focused on getting their own photo.
… well, it was there a second ago.
Don’t forget the windshield glare and a pontoon boat.
Camera got board seating by herself
What a fantastic day!