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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

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Very friendly turtle. Was practicing wide-angle natural l...
Very friendly turtle. Was practicing wide-angle natural l... by Susan Lunn
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message this message is importantSusan what a glorious shot! I reckon you should put this is the Close Focus Wide Angle category CWFA though. smile
 
Spicey John
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message Hi John, thanks for the compliment. I would have put it in CFWA if I was shooting with a strobe. But I was set up to take silhouettes and sunballs and the boat, and I wasn't expecting this guy to practically swim into my lens! It was an OMG moment. I wish I had been shooting with a strobe; would have added a lot to the photo. In hindsight, I should have swum below him and gotten his silhouette, but hindsight is 20/20, eh? smile
 
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