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More Dolphins anyone?

Discussion in 'Underwater Photography' started by blacknet, Jan 22, 2003.

  1. blacknet

    blacknet Loggerhead Turtle


    This is another image I took in bimini. These are wild dolphins. not trained, not fed, not harassed by anyone. They chose to interact with us and we shared a special moment that will last forever with me. Being able to see the shot while working with these creatures takes alot of practice and education. The dolphins are constantly teaching me many things about myself, society and each other not to mention them. Note the position of the baby in the rear and the position of the alpha male close to me. This behavior is by design of choice not by random chance. Also note the softness is due to the crapy lens I was using at the time.



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