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tonyguitar's Gallery Comments
This is a paradise when weather is calm but could be exiting when a storm kicks in. I lived on the shore of Lake St Louis in Quebec for a few years. There were one or two storms when we could swim in our own basement. Looks like that could never happen here though. Looks like a boater's heaven. TG
Most people may not realize the huge size of this flying wing. I saw one in person during the Abbotsford...[BC] air show. It could load big equipment like battle tanks and military cargo trucks. This Vulcan was referred to as '' The Flying Overcast '' by announcers at the air show. That was thirty-five years ago. Quality built and still serving today like our 60s Tudor Jet Snowbirds.
Cats has lots of experience and I respect that. Blur in sports action shots is often not a problem. We just have a different taste. The hands and ball show action motion while faces are easy to recognize, so the best combination for a super sports action photo. At f/5 you do need to let lots of light in while you get more in DOF focus.. TG