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Mar 18, 2011 00:16 |  #1

Shooting conditions were really tough as it was really foggy and the morning mega high tide was not helping. There were some heavy waves (closing out) and somewhat inconsistent which made it easier to paddle out.

Unfortunately, I was only able to shoot for a quickie 30 minutes as I burned time searching for something was a breaking and that darn work thing that keeps getting in the way.

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Mar 18, 2011 01:42 |  #2

I was just viewing these on Flickr a few minutes ago. These are some nice shots. Makes me with I was out there, but I'm landlocked for the next week or so recovering from an injury. Conditions look clean despite the fat tide.

I like a lot of the framing you used for the shots. Did you have to do much cropping in these?

BTW, your EXIF shows Artist/Creator/Owner as "John Sleezer 2" on Flickr. Was that the original camera owner? You might want to change that since you've started putting the watermark on your photos.


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