An excerpt from "Sailing with midgets":
"It is imperative in the extreme, that the natural balance of things be preserved. To wit: for a camera to be maintained as a working entity one must keep it from the ravages of the elements and for a small boat or group of boats to survive the fury of the sea they should be positioned in such a way so as to avoid the inclemencies that may be set upon them, were they to be put in harms way."
I find myself in need of advice such a this when presented with situations such as this:
... followed closely by inclemencies in the surrounding environment such as this:
... which in turn leave me with a damp camera and one, solitary floating figure, such as this: