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    Double Dive

    This shot was taken at Cabrillo Beach south of Los Angeles at ISO 800 1/1000 F10 138mm
    Double Dive

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    Re: Double Dive

    Great capture...

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    Re: Double Dive

    What a nice catch!

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    Re: Double Dive

    Brilliant photo Roger. Nice of them to perform for you
    Cheers, Greg

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    Re: Double Dive

    Yes everything coming together nicely.

    I do wonder about a very slight crop from the bottom and right side though.

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    Re: Double Dive

    Great catch. Well done.

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    Re: Double Dive

    That is excellent. Right place, Right time (knowing your location). Patience and commitment to get the chance for the shot. Skill to put it together into this final image.

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    Re: Double Dive

    Thanks for the complements everyone.

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    Re: Double Dive

    Great shot, Roger. This capture has a good sense of depth to it, particularly on the first bird where its left wing overlaps the ship in the background. Almost looks 3-d to me ... or is that just my monitor ... or peculiar eyesight.... or..

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