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Old Jan 7, 2011, 9:04 PM   #11
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Very very impressive. Lovely capture - good timing, the fact there is a smaller and larger one just makes it GOLD!

I'm glad you had the right lens there. I've seen a number of dolphins over the years (and thankfully as I live in Australia, there are quite a few around at the right places).

However I have never been close to dolphins having the right camera / lens with me. (usually I've seen dolphins while with friends on an outing, and had a too short lens, or it was before my 'DLSR days').

Now I have the Canon 70-300mm L, hope to capture something in due course. Your photo is truly magnificent. Thanks for sharing.

Paul

Paul,

Thank you for the very kind words.

I know how you feel, as I usually find myself without a camera when something like this pops up. For once, I actually was ready.

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Old Jan 8, 2011, 5:05 PM   #12
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Love the combo of small and large dolphin. Implies a training run by the mentor dolphin. Adds a touch of interest for me.
Everything came together.
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