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Old Dec 26, 2009, 1:43 PM   #1
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Still going through the photos I took in southern Spain 4 weeks ago (must try harder in 2010 to do the PP sooner).

Anyway, we went for a stroll along the promenade and I saw this fishing boat and though "I think I'll photograph that" and here is the whole picture:



On closer inspection I wondered what that was in the background. It was this:




Must try to pay more attention when taking photographs!!!
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Old Dec 26, 2009, 8:08 PM   #2
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Nice catch! Isn't it SO cool to notice something special in a picture? You could have sat there for hours and not seen something like this.
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Ha! Great capture Keith.
Just goes to show... you never know what you might catch.
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Luck was with you. Great capture there.
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That Pilot Whale is better than the nearly invisible in-flight little wasp I discovered in one of my shots a year or two ago. Good that you took a closer look.
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Wow, what a delightful surprise. I would love to find something like that in one of my photos.
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Old Dec 27, 2009, 8:05 PM   #7
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On closer inspection I wondered what that was in the background. It was this:




Must try to pay more attention when taking photographs!!!
If you have an *600mm on a firm tripod at the right location just that moment......shooting wildlife is frustrating
But it must have been a delightful moment

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Wonderful surprise.

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Wow, pretty neat.
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What a great surprise!
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