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Widowmaker Dec 16, 2005 4:08 PM

http://www.digimemphoto.com/temp/surfer3.jpg


This is just a bonus shot. Gull flew by me and landed with this tennis ball. It wedged it in the sand and tried to eat it.

http://www.digimemphoto.com/temp/gull1.jpg

[email protected] Dec 16, 2005 5:18 PM

Cool!

I give you credit taking your camera down to the beach.

Are you worried the sand is going to cause problems?

-- Terry

Widowmaker Dec 16, 2005 7:55 PM

Not at all. My only real concern would be sand getting inside the camera, which is why I refrain from removing the lens at the beach.

Aumma45 Dec 16, 2005 11:13 PM

Really sharp. Perhaps very wise not removing your lens at the beach. Sand can be mircoscopic.

E.S. Crawford Dec 16, 2005 11:17 PM

where'd you shoot these, widow?

the surfer looks like newport beach.


scot

Widowmaker Dec 16, 2005 11:30 PM

This is at Huntington Beach.

E.S. Crawford Dec 16, 2005 11:37 PM

ah man!

off by a mile or two south!

damn!! i thought i know my so. cal. waves by heart!!!

i actually lived in huntington for seven years back in..ahh...uhh..well..you know...

the seventies!!! :shock:

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!! i'm getting old!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

nice shots, though. both of 'em!


scot

LadyhawkVA Dec 17, 2005 7:33 AM

The sea gull shot is a great rare candid - a case of being in the right place at the right time to get a unique photo. The surfer shot is excellent. I love the way the water looks - it gives a great sense of movement and speed. Great job on both photos.

scorpionfish Dec 17, 2005 9:00 AM

tremendous shot :cool:do you mind downloading this picture so that i can show it to my friend?... i salute you for this great shot.



scorpionfish

Hards80 Dec 17, 2005 9:12 AM

these are both good widow.. i like the composition and the processing on the surfer shot.. very dynamic..

as long as you use some common sense.. i.e. don't change lenses in a sand storm or within the salt spray.. i would not worry much about your equipment.. a dslr is pretty rugged in reality.. and if you get a little dust on the sensor, its quite easy to clean up.. bottom line, what good is having a camera if you afraid to take it out????


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