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Old Oct 2, 2007, 8:39 PM   #1
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Hi All,

Yesterday we stopped by the beach. the image of both of us was by self timer with flash, my H9 sitting on table next to ours. With the sun behind us, IMHO, this image shows just how effective a camera the H9 is.

The Seagull stopped on the table next to us and stood there about 10 minutes continuouslysizing us up. At one point he opened his mouth, I missed the shot. Of course I asked him to open his mouth again, he did, and I got the shot.

My wife stepped away for a moment,with the seagul still sitting next to me. I closed my eyes for a moment, when Iopened my eyes he was gone.

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These images are not crops but each is what I saw in myEVF.

Hope you enjoy my sharing these moments with you.

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Nicholas

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yip the are are good very sharp. Photo no 9 reminds me its time for bed as i am a early start tomorrow thanks for sharing the slide show Nick, Did you get the web add for the Edinburgh Fringe i posted
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Hi Foxcub6,

Yes, I did, thanks for the link, sounds very interesting.

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