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Old Oct 8, 2006, 5:45 AM   #1
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Popped down to the coast for the day.

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Seagull in flight. So hard to get a good 'un



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Beach Huts.

Static subject is a bit easier



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Liked the flare on this one



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Thoughts and comments anyone?



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I like the 2nd and 3rd shots. The 2nd one because birds in flight are always tough to catch and I thought that you did a good job with this one. Nice details on the wings and angle of capture. For some reason, I kept on going back to look at the 3rd shot with the rows upon rows of colored shacks. It is a very interesting composition. Are those storage shacks or do they have some other use? I like how each shack is a little bit different.
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Thank you Royce. Birds in flight come, to me, in the same difficutly rating as bees and dragonflies. They move too blooming quick.

The huts are actually Beach Huts. I think it may be a British thing, but these are kept near the beach for changing your clothes, keeping a few bits and pieces, like a kettle etc and so you can have a base if you stay the whole day at the seaside. First time I have seen them stacked like that though, and they cover about 2 miles of beach front.



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Cool. We could sure use some of those changing shacks here on the beaches of southern california. Unfortunately here we are forced to use the public restrooms to
change and they are quite unsavory! Looking forward to seeing more of your pics.
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I like them too, another interesting (and colorful) bit of a slightly different culture. Thanks for sharing them.

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