Grand Cayman Island

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  1. jvgig

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    It took a while, but I finally got these edited.

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    Any C&C would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks for looking.
     
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    An interesting set of images, although I'm sure about #4. I lived on Grand Cayman for about 18 months, working as an underwater photgrapher at the Morritt's Tortuga resort on the east end. It was a fun place to live and work.

    Thanks for sharing these.

    Nigel
     
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    I am not too happy about the conversion in 4 either. Maybe I will try it in color again or play with the levels a bit.
     
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    5 is very cool, almost looks like the moon. is the heron a tricolored heron? I dont know much about there range but it sure looks like one. really impressive shots
     
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    You know more than I do by stating that it is a heron, but from looking up information and comparing to some images online and to some of other shots of the bird, I would say that it probably is. Thanks for the identification.
     

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