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minicooper
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Feb 13, 2004 15:52 |  #1

I keep getting told about these (apparently) fantastic set of photos that have been going around via email. One of the pictures is of a surfer surfing on a wave, and there is a shape of a shark in the wave right behind him. Another photo has a person holding out their hands, and it looks as if they are holding the sun. I really want to see these pics! Does anyone have them? If so, please forward them to me!!

my email is: tombellchambers<at>hotmail.com

cheers!!

Tom
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Feb 13, 2004 15:57 |  #2

Not a shark, a dolphin

Not a shark, it's a dolphin. It's in your e-mail

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Feb 13, 2004 16:02 |  #3

Wow, either way a great image. Do you know who it is by?

Cheers Neil!

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Feb 13, 2004 16:21 |  #4

aww, c'mon share the picture!!!


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Feb 13, 2004 16:23 |  #5

Kurt Jones
http://www.kurtjones.c​om/main.htm (external link)

Good guy, hangs out in the sports forum at miranda


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Feb 13, 2004 16:27 |  #6

Kurt is a spectacular Surf photog.. and a great guy in General. :)


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MidKnight
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Feb 13, 2004 17:41 |  #7

posted. i have another one of a shark jumping from the water to get a diver under a helicoptor, but can't seem to find that one atm.




  
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Feb 13, 2004 17:46 |  #8

MidKnight wrote:
posted. i have another one of a shark jumping from the water to get a diver under a helicoptor, but can't seem to find that one atm.


Yeah, ive seen that one. I thought that one was a fake


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Feb 13, 2004 17:51 |  #9

motophoto wrote:
MidKnight wrote:
posted. i have another one of a shark jumping from the water to get a diver under a helicoptor, but can't seem to find that one atm.


Yeah, ive seen that one. I thought that one was a fake

Yeah, it was!


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Feb 13, 2004 17:56 |  #10

:shock: That's a big dolphin. Cool.




  
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Feb 13, 2004 18:17 |  #11

spock84 wrote:
:shock: That's a big dolphin. Cool.

Actually it's just an optical illusion caused by the bending of the light as it passes the water layer to the air layer. The actual size of the dolphin is about a foot in length.

:mrgreen:

Oh! You guys are talking about the mammal dolphin! I though you were talking about the fish dolphin. :oops:

:lol:


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Feb 14, 2004 09:51 |  #12

Shark stuff

Here's some more Shark Stuff.

http://www.sharkdiving​unlimited.com/pages/ga​llery.html (external link)

Here's some [Crazy] Great White stuff here:

http://www.sharkdiving​unlimited.com/gallery/​ralfkiefner.html (external link)


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Feb 14, 2004 14:09 |  #13

Sketcher wrote:
Here's some more Shark Stuff.

http://www.sharkdiving​unlimited.com/pages/ga​llery.html (external link)

Here's some [Crazy] Great White stuff here:

http://www.sharkdiving​unlimited.com/gallery/​ralfkiefner.html (external link)

Thanks Crazy :shock:

I dont think that I can ever have that much courage!


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Feb 14, 2004 21:11 |  #14

motophoto wrote:
Sketcher wrote:
Here's some more Shark Stuff.

http://www.sharkdiving​unlimited.com/pages/ga​llery.html (external link)

Here's some [Crazy] Great White stuff here:

http://www.sharkdiving​unlimited.com/gallery/​ralfkiefner.html (external link)

Thanks Crazy :shock:

I dont think that I can ever have that much courage!

:) eh, I don't know that I'd call that courage! Swimming with Great White Sharks... I thought they were photoshop edited at first but nope - thems real :shock:


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Feb 16, 2004 11:15 |  #15

PacAce wrote:
spock84 wrote:
:shock: That's a big dolphin. Cool.

Actually it's just an optical illusion caused by the bending of the light as it passes the water layer to the air layer. The actual size of the dolphin is about a foot in length.

:mrgreen:

Oh! You guys are talking about the mammal dolphin! I though you were talking about the fish dolphin. :oops:

:lol:

Thanks...

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