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Jun 07, 2007 18:31 |  #1

I have been following this guy for about a month in Brandywine Park and today he graced me with 3 flying passes. Here are a few of my first attempts. , so c&c greatly appreciated.
First two just for fun.
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Jun 07, 2007 19:17 |  #2

Very good shots. He must like this stretch of river to fly by it 3 or 4 times. What's he doing in the first two, stabbing for fish?


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Jun 07, 2007 19:37 |  #3

canonloader wrote in post #3339026 (external link)
What's he doing in the first two, stabbing for fish?

Yes, but he came up empty this time.


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Jun 07, 2007 19:51 |  #4

The last several are very sharp. I always seem to have my fly rod in my hands when they make that fly over, and when I'm standing there with the camera the fish are hitting top water strikes... I'll be at the airport when my ship comes in. Nice series!


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