But I gotta admit, going to Mornington Peninsula for deep sea fishing is the best water moment I had so far. Sure, my friends and I weren't allowed to take a dip while fishing there (or more like didn't want to because the water must have been freezing cold!!) because you wouldn't want to spoil your friend's fun and thrill reeling in the line thinking "I've caught a big one!!!!" when actually it was just you got stuck at the hook =_= must be painful.. *brr*
Deep Sea Fishing in Mornington PeninsulaLooking at these fishing rods, I can't help to wonder how it would look like in the water. Can we really see any fish? But since everyone's camera and phone are not waterproof, there was really no close shot of the fishing rods. Hmm, who knew what could be in the picture. I might have got few snapshots of the fishes I caught seconds before they realised "What The Fish?!?!"
With this camera, I wouldn't have to worry to drag it around if I go to the pool, or any water theme park. You know how usually people don't have a lot of shots when they go to water theme park. Most of the time they ask their parents to take pictures because the parents don't like (or have to =P) stay off water and dry to take pictures for the kids. Poor thing.
Sony TX5, with water proof, temperature proof, dusty proof and shock proof features equipped with enhanced anti-blur mode and also capable of taking 10 photos in 1 second. Sugoi na! Can use to take picture of me shooting the hoops or playing badminton! *ewahh*