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Old May 16, 2012, 3:24 PM   #1
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Only one would survive to return to his crab hole after the showdown on the beach.

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Really like in "High Noon"

Perfect capture dear Jim!!!
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Really like in "High Noon"

Perfect capture dear Jim!!!
Thanks Catalex. It's a lot of fun getting to capture something a little different.

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Very nice shot, JJ. Perfect exposure and right angle.
Contrary to what you have said, I have seen these crabs digging a hole in a split second and disappearing when the other one gets too close. Your shot also reminded me of the one I took long way back, illustrating mother nature's perfect cover: http://forums.steves-digicams.com/pa...amouflage.html

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Very nice shot, JJ. Perfect exposure and right angle.
Contrary to what you have said, I have seen these crabs digging a hole in a split second and disappearing when the other one gets too close. Your shot also reminded me of the one I took long way back, illustrating mother nature's perfect cover: http://forums.steves-digicams.com/pa...amouflage.html
Thanks Raghu. That is a cool shot, enjoyed.

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Good title. And shot. The few times I was near the ocean I greatly enjoyed watching the crabs.
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Where's Sponge Bob to save the day?!?

Nice capture. Which of the two crabs survived at the end of the battle?
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Good title. And shot. The few times I was near the ocean I greatly enjoyed watching the crabs.
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Thanks Steve. I enjoy going down to the beach at night with a flashlight to watch them feed at the water edge.

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Nice capture. Which of the two crabs survived at the end of the battle?
Nither one, they went in a pot for dinner.

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Nice shooting, you have a good eye for out of the ordinary subjects.
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I'm hearing the theme from "the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"!!
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