swim meet C&C

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    this was taken at Duel in the Pool a few years back. it was the US Olympic swim team vs. the Aussies. this particular photo is Natalie Coughlin. I'll have to put my Michael Phelps photos up after I crop them correctly. =P I admit it's a little blurry, but I was zoomed all the way in on my 70-300mm lens, and I was shooting film so I had no idea they were blurry :grumpy:

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    Not bad.
     
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    Nice but it would be great if there was some light going across the arm. I like it though.
     
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    seems dark....i like how the water droplets look.
     

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