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    Photographing from a floating blind

    Ran into this interesting article and thought of the discussions regarding taking photos on water in kayaks. This is definitely more stealthy!

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    Re: Photographing from a floating blind

    Love it, wish I could afford his lens

    I'll have a read, rather than a scan later, thanks for sharing Mike.

    Great results though.

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    Re: Photographing from a floating blind

    I'm pretty sure Bobo has two of those blinds

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    Re: Photographing from a floating blind

    Looks like an excellent way to photography salties or hippos. Oh that was yesterday, sorry.

    Something similar I've thought about using are the fishing rigs that look like a big inner tube with waders attached. That has the additional advantage of floating you if you step into a hole or you can drift down a slow moving river with it. Then again the dissadvantage of being a bit higher above the surface of the water.

    Neither one is much protection from subsea predators....

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