Trip to Seaworld - Or, Shamu and Friends!

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  1. RMThompson

    RMThompson the TPF moderators rock my world!

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    1. (I wish I knew this kid so I could give him this pic!)

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    Wow, I just went to seaworld on Monday and took some pics too. I will be posting mine in just a few... I like yours.

    That seahorse was really weird wasnt it?

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    Thanks, let me know when you post them! :)

    And yes, it's very weird and very cool!

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  5. Markw

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    the seahorse is actually a sea dragon and one of the most endangered animals in the world. Quite extraordinary. Amazing shots. i cant wait to go back to the National Aquarium again so I can try and get some pics that come close to these. Can I ask what camera settings and lens you used? With things like the show, would you use Manual (doubt it), Auto, Shutter, Sport, or Aperture? I can never decide :lol:. Beautiful shots.

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