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    Photos your proud of -not just hunting

    There are quite a few budding snappers out there with their cameras that have shots they're really proud of -I know I have a few ! Lets see your creative bent even if not hunting images !!the first one is a stunt man from the Mount who jumped of a wharf pole while I snapped from underneath -the second a water shot I took for a surf magazine article I wrote and the third a shot I took at the zoo of a Flamingo
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    Clearly you have an artistic flair El B. Now all I have to do is workout how to put up an old out of focus Polaroid and then for that moment I will be the second best photographer in the thread.
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    yes Rushy I am multi talented .............lol , The guy flying many think its a photoshop job ..but it hasnt been touched other than colour
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    Pretty happy with the odd iphone snap I've made. Occasionally the light hits just right.

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    El B, I love that Flamingo photo. Really tricksy.

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    Photos your proud of -not just hunting

    Quote Originally Posted by mattdw View Post
    Pretty happy with the odd iphone snap I've made. Occasionally the light hits just right.

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    Awesome shots for the phone Matt. Nice.
    I have one pic I took years ago of my Gsp
    Locked on point, nose to nose with a red hind that was trying to catch some z's in the gorse.
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    No pro by any stretch but my wife has timing!!! My lil girl at 6 weeks. Yes I am the butt of the joke Thigh slappingly funny!

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    Brilliant Gibo. You are in for trouble if she is already laughing at you
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattdw View Post
    Pretty happy with the odd iphone snap I've made. Occasionally the light hits just right.

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    nice stuff from an iphone for sure . the south island has moods i dont think well ever see north
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    Quote Originally Posted by el borracho View Post
    the south island has moods
    I don't know about you arty farty types El B. How can an island have moods? It is not as though it is a bloody woman.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    this is Ian King from the punk band the bleeders . him and i went north one day and did a water shoot -soft eastcoast afternoon sun -perfect light. why they are special is because they represent an era of longboarding being lost to this country as the old style is surpassed by a newer less classic and styly riding method
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    Quote Originally Posted by el borracho View Post
    this is Ian King from the punk band the bleeders . him and i went north one day and did a water shoot -soft eastcoast afternoon sun -perfect light. why they are special is because they represent an era of longboarding being lost to this country as the old style is surpassed by a newer less classic and styly riding method
    Where were you when you took those pictures?
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    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by madjon_ View Post
    In the water
    Or two counties away with a fuck off big lens
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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