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    Hanging on!

    Had a chuckle when I processed this one - good timing or a fluke

    Hanging on!

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    Re: Hanging on!

    *chuckling*
    that is a pretty neat shot
    What was the shutter speed?

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    Re: Hanging on!

    Hi Brian, Thank you for your comment - shutter speed was 1/2000

    Joanne

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    Re: Hanging on!

    The focus and detail are pretty good. Good work.

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    Re: Hanging on!

    Hi Joanne, looks like a good deal more than just timing! You were obviously well prepared to get the shot and it's a beauty! Flukes seem to gravitate to those that are prepared to capture them when they occur! Well done!

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    Re: Hanging on!

    Hi Joanne,

    Great shot, but the 'luck' was not having other players in the background to spoil the composition, the rest is all skill (yours).

    Cheers,

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    Re: Hanging on!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi Joanne,

    Great shot, but the 'luck' was not having other players in the background to spoil the composition, the rest is all skill (yours).

    Cheers,
    yep

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