Pursuer gets swept away!

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  1. rebelnotarget

    rebelnotarget TPF Noob!

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    Used Richard (Pursuer) to show the size of the waves. It was a great day for waves.


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    Cool picture, I does show the scale nicely.
     
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    Thank you Tantalus
     
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    I really like the subject of this shot lol.

    That and all the crazy demonic faces I see in the surf :greendev: Wait maybe thats not a good thing.

    :scratches head and wonders how he didn't get any closeup shots:
     
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    That's alright. I can make out like 6 dogs in that wave...
     
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    I like everybodies sense of imagination. Great capture!
     
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    Where's YOUR photo of the event then, Richard?
    And hey, I am glad this photo finally shows for me, when I came to look for this yesterday it wouldn't ... I would have missed some nice photo of a very daring photographer putting his camera almost right into some great amount of salt water .... :greenpbl:

    ... unless this is a lake!
    Then "just water" ... but that can be bad enough for any camera.
     

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