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Fishing in the Rouge

This photo was taken from high up on the Rouge River & Lagoon pedestrian bridge. It was a beautiful but cool fall afternoon and there were many people out for a relaxed day. I was cycling the Waterfront Trail and came accross a number of wonderful landscapes and people who were up to all kinds of activities. It's a great place in Toronto to visit. This fellow was Fishing in the Rouge and looked like he was set up for a nice enjoyable afternoon -- chair, and all ;) . There is a companion/wider angle shot to acompany this one that I'll post soon too.

Iain.

Fishing in the Rouge

This photo was taken from high up on the Rouge River & Lagoon pedestrian bridge. It was a beautiful but cool fall afternoon and there were many people out for a relaxed day. I was cycling the Waterfront Trail and came accross a number of wonderful landscapes and people who were up to all kinds of activities. It's a great place in Toronto to visit. This fellow was Fishing in the Rouge and looked like he was set up for a nice enjoyable afternoon -- chair, and all ;) . There is a companion/wider angle shot to acompany this one that I'll post soon too.

Iain.

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I can see the fish now.. he's swimming.. swimming.. can see the lure... looks carefully... and says:

"Screw that... I didn't come this far to be breakfast."

and keeps on swimming.. and so the nice man sits there waiting some more, and he waits, and waits, and a few more fish swim past... then one stoned fish comes by... what makes fish stones anyways? it must be some type of seaweed.. or maybe some jellyfish tentacle extract or something.. anyway... the stoned fish comes by and goes:

"Sweet! Munchies!"

and bites the lure, and ends up as dinner... the lesson here is don't sniff the seaweed and swim...

-VV-

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camera E-330
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aperture f/4.5
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 200.0mm
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