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Going Clamming

By chuckspics
Spent Sunday at the Ocean, The area is Owned by The Shriners of Rhode Island, and are on the edge of The Bay in Warwick,they have an olympic size pool and of course people can also swin in the Ocean, during low tide many people dig for clams and quaohogs, It was awfullly hazey all day and not that great for taking pictures,used a tripod and 75/300 lens, for most of the pics, did some ps work to light the haze,And thanks for looking, Chuck

Tags: Beach Transport People Sailboats Pets and captive animals Portraits and people Ocean fun

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photophantom 10 108 3 Philippines
22 Jul 2008 3:46AM
Great set of sea shore activities Chuck. V1 for me

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goso 11 2 1 Australia
22 Jul 2008 10:06AM
Great shots of people enjoying themselves Chuck - looks a bit windy too..........Bill
KangaGal 10 66 Australia
22 Jul 2008 10:50AM
Chuck, you are the master of the candid shot. Your photos always strike me that you have so much fun taking them and playing with them. Good for you!
Scaramanga Plus
10 56 6 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2008 4:58PM
Nice series with lots of different styles of images, even so I'd go for the most straightforward and say V1 was my favourite.
nickyv32 Plus
10 135 England
22 Jul 2008 7:40PM
Version 1 for me, great set of shots.

peterboyce 10 1 England
22 Jul 2008 11:10PM
great set of pictures chuck......peter
JimV 11 6 3 Canada
23 Jul 2008 12:57AM
Looks like a great time was had by all Chuck, excellent set of photos!
Rgds., Jim
Glostopcat 12 255 2 England
5 Aug 2008 10:16PM
A great set of beach shots Chuck. What are quaohogs, i've never heard of them are they a type of fish that burrows into the sand?

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