#506 Saturday at the Dock
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relms
Registered: Jan 28, 2005
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I went down to the dock in Destin Harbor this morning to watch, and photograph, the fishing fleet as they pulled out of the harbor and headed out into the Gulf of Mexico with anxious and excited anglers looking for the big ones. Some of the charter boats pulled out early - before daybreak; others mid-morning. As they waited for launch, a couple of fisherman brought out the light tackle, and fished around the docks for pinfish. This was one of them.



hopes2
Registered: Dec 31, 2004
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Been a while, still looking very good however.

Cheers,

Dano



relms
Registered: Jan 28, 2005
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Thank you Dano. It has been a while, but I am starting to get back in stride, and I hope to be a more regular participant.



birdied
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Wonderful take on the theme!

Birdie



Travis Rhoads
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this has a very nice almost abstract feel to it, nicely done.



ruuskan
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Love the simplicity!



mark fadely
Registered: Oct 09, 2005
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Very nice. I like this one a lot too. It is an interesting take on the theme, but certainly fits.



Hightraxx
Registered: Feb 24, 2007
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Makes me wonna get my boat out and cast a few
Norm



Tom Harpstead
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I like both the simplicity and calmness of your photo. Excellent take on the theme.



relms
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birdied wrote:
Wonderful take on the theme!

Birdie

Thank you, Birdie. I appreciate it.



Marty Bingham
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Pretty cool. I can see me buying a shot like that and hanging it on the wall.

Marty



relms
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Thank you, Travis. There was enough movement in the water that, when coupled with a neutral density filter, turned a mid-day shot into somewhat of an abstract due to the slow shutter speed.



relms
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Marty Bingham wrote:
Pretty cool. I can see me buying a shot like that and hanging it on the wall.

Marty

What a nice compliment, Marty. Glad you like it.



relms
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Tom Harpstead wrote:
I like both the simplicity and calmness of your photo. Excellent take on the theme.

Thank you, Tom.



relms
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Hightraxx wrote:
Makes me wonna get my boat out and cast a few
Norm

Norm, it is good to know that some of the "old timers" are still around. Good to hear from you, and thank you.



relms
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mark fadely wrote:
Very nice. I like this one a lot too. It is an interesting take on the theme, but certainly fits.

Mark, as always, thank you for commenting. We tend to forget that fishing is a sport, but my old Bassing buddies sure think it is.



relms
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ruuskan wrote:
Love the simplicity!

Thank you.



robert829
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This ia just so nice



relms
Registered: Jan 28, 2005
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You are very kind; thank you.



tgawczynski
Registered: Mar 24, 2006
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This image is just relaxing to look at. Very nice!



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