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(@Dominique-Rolland) Dominique Rolland said:March 4th, 2012 (1:27am) PST
J' aime beaucoup
Domi
(@photodoctor) Luc Mena said:March 4th, 2012 (1:22am) PST
splendid!a 10!
(@DushyantParasher) Dushyant Parasher said:February 3rd, 2012 (2:30am) PST
The play of light is superb here. The two below make this a fantastic composition.
(@pRice) Paula Rice said:January 5th, 2012 (11:22am) PST
Wow, the way the light hits the dolphin and the shadows from the water rippling, the backdrop, very nice. I want to see the main dolphin's fin but it's cool how it's breaking up the water for the light show. The experience must have been awesome.
(@Nvivienne) Vivienne Shen said:November 19th, 2011 (8:24am) PST
Sounds like you had a fantastic trip, Stephen! I love the light refracted from the ripples on their backs.
(@Ellie) Ellie Stone said:November 18th, 2011 (7:51pm) PST
Omg!,, you got dolphins too? I am so incredibly jealous ... This rocks! ;)
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Here's another underwater shot from my Hawaii trip. This was my first time ever swimming with Dolphins. Through some local knowledge, I was directed to a cove where they said "swim out about 500 yards right at sunrise and if you're lucky you'll find dolphins"...so as I arrived in the early dawn and stood there geared up to swim out I could see nothing...no jumping dolphins...no signs of ANYTHING. So as crazy as it sounds, I started swimming out and sure enough THERE THEY WERE! About 30 of them in all, swimming all around it. It was a bucket list experience for sure!



Uploaded: Nov 18th, 2011 (2:52pm)
Category: Underwater
GPS: Lat: 19.37334, Lon: -155.90281
Camera: Canon 7D
Focal Length: 25 mm
Aperture: f/7.1
Shutter Speed: 320 sec
ISO: 400


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