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Rouge Lagoon

Roughe Lagoon is the companion photograph to my previous posting which is a closer telephoto shot of the fisherman in the image. Unlike the prvious image this one strives to capture a sense of air movement as the wind blows accross the tall grasses and reeds of the Lagoon. Sadly I shot thiat at f 4.5 by accident so the background is a little bit soft -- oops!

iain.

Rouge Lagoon

Roughe Lagoon is the companion photograph to my previous posting which is a closer telephoto shot of the fisherman in the image. Unlike the prvious image this one strives to capture a sense of air movement as the wind blows accross the tall grasses and reeds of the Lagoon. Sadly I shot thiat at f 4.5 by accident so the background is a little bit soft -- oops!

iain.

comments (1)

I see that that guy needs a job... A few days later and he's still fishing.. I mean, I admire his deication and all that, but doesn't he have a wife? or a mistress or something who needs his attention? It's almost like he's stalking the fish.. hunting them, waiting to pounce on his unsuspecting prey... The only problem with this, and the reason he hasn't jumped into the water yet... Sharks.. that's right, in the Rouge Lagoon.. Sharks.. with frickin' laser beams on their heads, ready to strike at a moment's notice.. the only safe place is on land, and even then you have to be very quiet, or the kamakazi seagulls might get ya... But anyways.. he should be working shouldn't he?

-V V-

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camera E-330
exposure mode shutter priority
shutterspeed 1/500s
aperture f/4.5
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 92.0mm
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