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Second curtain shutter:

This one is not the typical long exposure night time boat photo:

I think I must have pressed the cable shutter release button while moving the tripod, but it turned out okay :).

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34 minutes ago, George_P said:

How are you doing here, Jerry ?    Does this count ?

That depends, what does the plaque say? 😃 otherwise, good catch!

It is good to see your photos again, I hope things are going well for you.

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4 hours ago, jerryy said:

That depends, what does the plaque say? 😃 otherwise, good catch!
It is good to see your photos again, I hope things are going well for you.

Thanks a lot. I am OK, just too busy recently. I'd like to help you out here a bit. Got some more boats for you, but I ain't got no water !

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2 hours ago, George_P said:

Thanks a lot. I am OK, just too busy recently. I'd like to help you out here a bit. Got some more boats for you, but I ain't got no water !

Do not lose hope, Spring is on the way, ..., maybe the Spring rains will pick those puppies up and move them back out of the mud. Or high tide will, whichever comes first. :)

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What moon phase are you in? Usually the Spring new and full moon(s) give the best high tides.

Or, you could drag out a big 'ol fire hose, hook it up to the local water tower and fill that harbor. :D

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Too late. The tide is rising, it is under water now. These guys are dipping their feet in the water already. Anyway, forget the gobie, that white-red-blue big fat mudskipper is prettier for sure.

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4 hours ago, George_P said:

Too late. The tide is rising, it is under water now. These guys are dipping their feet in the water already. Anyway, forget the gobie, that white-red-blue big fat mudskipper is prettier for sure.


Weeelll shucks, I was really hoping to see those mudskipper oxudercine gobies, but yeah, I can see that by now, they would be swimming, swimming, swimming 🤪.

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