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Subject: [Leica] Waves
From: foto at (Marc Dufour)
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2013 14:25:43 +0100
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I am aware that I am lucky! What a pity to may not to get out more times...
Thanks a lot.

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Enviado el: jueves, 07 de febrero de 2013 9:14
Para: Leica Users Group
Asunto: Re: [Leica] Waves

Beautiful captures of the waves. You were fortunate to have such nice light 
to shoot in.

On Feb 3, 2013, at 12:56 PM, tedgrant at wrote:

> Marc Dufour SHOWED:
> Subject: Waves
> Hi Marc,
> Waves can be one of the most fascinating subjects to shoot! Particularly 
> when you have a good on shore blow!
> Each one is like a living subject as you try to capture the peak of action.
> I like the first frame best. More body to the water and wave action.
> However they give the indication one could've sat there on the beach 
> clicking away for some time.
> Fun these days with digital as you don't run out of film in 36 exposures! 
> :-)
> There is a very good side to shooting waves? ;-) If it's a good day, you 
> can sit there in  a bathing suit and get an  overall sun
tan  while having fun at the time shooting waves to your hearts delight! :-) 
Been there done it ;-)
> More for your money and efforts!
> cheers,
> Dr. ted :-) 

In reply to: Message from daveenglish at (David English) ([Leica] Waves)