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KevSB 19 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2008 1:46PM
superb, i would love to see the whole thing but i know from experience thats nearly imposible without having to lose the detail as you have to stand back, great shot
Nick-T 17 45 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2008 2:00PM
Thanks Deviouswolf, unfortunately the tail was covered with vegetation and this was taken from a canoe moving away from the subject. Was pretty scary looking back and seeing this beast there. Was approximately 10 ft in length
howemick 17 5 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2008 2:10PM
Great wildlife shot good use of exposure.

iancam 14 23 England
8 Nov 2008 5:05PM
Superb capture, They do get big don't they
rossi 19 142 11 England
8 Nov 2008 10:03PM
My type of picture, very nice

stevophoto 16 1 United States
12 Nov 2008 11:28PM
awesome capture Nick and yes it dose get scary when you have a lizzard looking at ya that is longer than the canoe your in LOL.
GlenD 16 United States
18 Nov 2008 12:39AM
found some youngsters a couple of weeks ago in the wild, about a foot long, just the right size for a sub Smile bit worrying getting close to take pics wondering where mamma was.
Great shot though Nick

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