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Nov 05, 2007 05:24 |  #1

I went this week-end to an exhibition in Petchabury, Eastern Thailand.
Sorry for the crappy images. I didn't bring my 5D. Had only my Ixus that never leaves my pocket.
This part of the show was so stunning that i want to share this with you.
But I'm not giving the answer right now. :p I promise you wont wait long. I just want you guys to figure out how does he do that????


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Nov 05, 2007 05:37 |  #2

he's got something strapped to his feet similar to skis. you can see its tip on the first image.


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Nov 05, 2007 05:42 |  #3

Eoghan wrote in post #4255349 (external link)
he's got something strapped to his feet similar to skis. you can see its tip on the first image.

You r approaching. but still miles away. I guess you will just say OHHH when you know.


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Nov 05, 2007 05:44 |  #4

Is it dolphins?


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Primm wrote in post #4255365 (external link)
Is it dolphins?

:eek: You got it! :eek:. 2 dolphins! perfectly synchronized.


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Nov 05, 2007 05:59 |  #6

Sweet! They do that at SeaWorld as well - I often watch and wonder what would happen if they decided to go in a slightly different direction - ouch!


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Primm wrote in post #4255394 (external link)
Sweet! They do that at SeaWorld as well - I often watch and wonder what would happen if they decided to go in a slightly different direction - ouch!

Thai people are very good at observing, and copying after they have put their own salt in the recipe. So I guessed this show can be seen elsewhere. But this is my first time. I have seen another dolphin show (was it in Indianapolis? I cannot remember precisely) but they didn't do that.


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