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  • There's always an opportunist hanging around


    G'day all

    Just a grab shot of a fella cleaning his filleted fish in the waters - and the ever-present opportunist not far away

    Exif- Panny FZ-2500; 1/125s x F5,6; ISO-640; lens at 20x zoom / 480mm FFequiv

    As always, feedback welcome
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    Every picture tells a story, as the old saying goes. This is no exception. I bet that there were a few more opportunists hanging around within 10 minutes.
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    • #3
      Nice capture for a snap. I like those colours you've got too. Looks like the pelli is going to have to get its own tucker.
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      • HansE
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        It doesn't look as if the fellow cleaning leaves a lot as left overs..

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      A story always improves a picture. I suppose it gives it a reason for existing.
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      • #5
        Thanks everyone - and you're all correct ... the fish trimmings were soon demolished and that was it- "all over rover"

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        • #6
          Very nice Phil. The angle of the sunlight works really well.
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