Today was the first sunny day we have had in a while and as luck would have it the Queen Mary 2 visited Halifax. So I thought I would try to get some pictures. These were taken with the 50-200 FT Oly lens (except where noted). This morning there was some haze and fog (tanker in the basin): View attachment 288780 P7030667 by pelicaneng, on Flickr and of course it got worse nearer the harbour mouth (this is about 2km from the ship): P7030672 by pelicaneng, on Flickr The Queen Mary 2 was leaving about the time I left work so I rushed down to get a better image since the fog had (mostly) lifted. Of course I was too late, and the fog was still in the harbour mouth. P7030680 by pelicaneng, on Flickr This shot with the 14-54 at 54 gives you an idea of just how far away she is (roughly 6km from where I am standing - she moves fast). P7030686 by pelicaneng, on Flickr Back in the basin it was clear and crisp and I got this image of the tanker: P7030688 by pelicaneng, on Flickr I did notice a fishing boat tied up to the side of the QM2 and I assume they were loading fresh fish for the passengers: P7030673 by pelicaneng, on Flickr Being in the right time and place is much more important than having all the resolution in the world! Cliff Notes - atmospheric distortion sucks.