- pitai (704)
- [2006-09-25 7:29]
oh, yeah... very vibrant colors. So sharp and clear. well done.
It certainly doesn't offend me! I grew up around Sydney & East Coast spearfishing and these we call Red Morwong or "Mowies" are great to catch. They have an uncanny skill of being able to hear the spear just as it is fired and "tilt" their bodies out of the way. It wasn't until I bought a special French made gun which was nice & silent that I got some BIG specimens up to 3kg.
This image is very vivid and the colours are nice and natural - nice & sharp too, the DOF is great.
No doubt you will offend someone out there but I bet they ate red meat or Suckling Pig OK for dinner.
We caught a lot of fish in those days but we ate everything ourselves, sometimes even on the same day at the speafishing spot onshore, cooked on a little gas bbq.
Thanks for taking me back to my spearfishing days!!
Very nice color, portrait, sharp, clearly pic. If this is offensive to anyone, I will hepl you by my workshop.
- tracer (8284)
- [2006-09-25 12:07]
it looks tasty! TFS!
Beautiful catch/capture. I too was only offended that I didn't get to share in the eating!
The only comment that I have on the photo is the bright reflection around the middle of the fish, kinda removes some of the effect of the beautiful colours. Mind you then again, it does speak of beautiful sunny days on the beach spear fishing, so hmm, I still think you have a winner.
- Dawn (17650)
- [2006-09-26 14:07]
Lovely sharp image here Meagan, well done, and the colours are beautiful... no offence taken with this shot.
Nice BG blur.. well done.
- Refugee (25554)
- [2006-09-27 15:51]
Hello Meagan...no offence taken here either. Very similar to a fish we have in Australia which we call a bream. Excellent colour, good light and remarkable DOF. The back ground adds to the image. TFS,
Many thanks for your comment on
The Climb...First Stage
- Winaa (235)
- [2006-09-28 14:43]
great framing and nice bright colours