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There are times when you happen to catch a subject that not only shows a subject, but tells a "story" ... a moment in time that you were fortunate enough to be there to capture.
Last night I chanced on one of those ... an octopus that was in the process of capturing its supper ...
Let's see your favorite "story" shots ... pictures that captured a particular moment when you just happened to be in the right place at the right time ...
... Bob (Grateful Diver)
and one more........the 5 gallon bucket is in the lower left of the picture, lets just say when he 'popped the top' all hell broke loose...I was still shooting 35 mm then & actually ran out of film before the feeding started, wasn't able to capture the frenzy(but the tape has it...lol----another reason for digital!!1).....
Last edited by diver 85; December 18th, 2007 at 02:12 PM.