As Monday was the last day of visits before heading back up to Manchester, we weren't to fussed about getting up to anything too hectic, the week had been a tiring enough one as it was. We met up with our friend and their little boy at an indoor play area in the morning (we all definitely ran around the climbing frames and ball pools!) and due to a cancellation in the afternoon, decided to head to the National Marine Aquarium on the Barbican. With the success of the farm earlier on in the week we thought we'd test the water (...) with a few more creatures to see how Ari would react.
Once again I think she loved it, she's very curious at the moment with people anyway, so seeing slippery creatures floating above your head is probably mind blowing for a baby. The floors got her approval via a quick crawl around in front of the shark tank, and unlike some she managed to avoid banging her head on the curved glass of the tank.
This Plymouth trip has been the first time I've really had a chance to play with the RAW files I'm shooting on my Fuji XE-2 that I've had for about a year now. It's become too easy to just use the wifi function to get them straight onto my phone for Instagram, so I'm trying to take a step back and work with them a bit more. I'm very impressed, well I've been impressed with the camera ever since I bought it, the quality of output it manages for what it is, is amazing.