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Old Sep 3, 2009, 6:26 AM   #1
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Default ... more fun @ the beach












... and I caught a big one too:


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Old Sep 3, 2009, 11:16 AM   #2
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Gotta love the Kingfisher shot, if for no other reason than "degree of difficulty."

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Old Sep 3, 2009, 4:20 PM   #3
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great job panning with these shots. they are exceptionally sharp and well done. hmm, but 1 of them doesnt quite fit the theme, i can't place my finger on it...

looks like quite a nice trip to the beach.
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All great shot's, if i had to pick one it would have to be #1. Well done and thank's for sharing !!


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Fantastic photos, #1 is beautiful.
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Great shots NHL! Love that Kingfisher!
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that kingfisher tells how good you are with your equipment. terrific example......inspirational
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Thank you all - IMO you guys are giving me too much credit...

The real 'good' with equipment and "degree of difficulty" parts are mostly attributed to the use of my kayak:







-> By "cheating" with this floatation device I was able close-in onto the target rich environment and get exceptional camera angles that one might just find it more difficult on land:
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