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61st Street Fishing Pier Galveston Island Texas

By kaoskode    
This is one of my fishing spots on Galveston Island. I took this from a van at 40 miles per hour I had both a ultraviolet and circular polariser filters on and just to please my best buddy and critic Philhomer so far on this site I set the camera to TV mode (time value) to show I can use other modes than full manual lol. photo is slightly cropped to bring it closer.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: tonyguitar, foto_foley, NDODS

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tonyguitar 4 55 32 Canada
9 Aug 2012 3:05AM
Thank your friend PhilHomer. That circular polarizer gives you rich colour. clearer clouds and moody water. BTW, I lived in Corpus Christi for a time. Padre Island was our swimming - fishing place then. Hope those little red jelly fish stringers don't getcha. TG

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kaoskode 4 1 United States
9 Aug 2012 3:27AM
its the Portuguese Man of War jelly fish we worry about here after you encounter one of them you will understand pain very well and philhomer I hope he's happy if he sees this post.
9 Aug 2012 4:47AM
Over here in Australia we get fined for mobile phone use whilst driving, now what would they say to a camera.hahahah. Great snap photo on the run. Top job.

kaoskode 4 1 United States
9 Aug 2012 5:10AM
My friend was driving you get in trouble here as well, thanks for your comments.
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2012 6:12AM
A rather speedy venue, in which to capture such a rich and vibrant image such as this.

REgards Nathan
kaoskode 4 1 United States
9 Aug 2012 6:53AM
I thank all of you for your comments I will go back when I have time and park on the seawall use a tripod and retake it A little later in the evening when the lights warmer. the side you are seeing faces southwest and I will use more DOF and hopefully get some good fish photos they have been catching a lot of nice Blacktip sharks in the surf this year many 6'/1.83m or longer which is bigger than normal in our shallow surf.

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