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Copyright ©2009, Hans Gerlich
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Photographer: Hans Gerlich
Folder: H Gerlich
Uploaded: 22-Mar-2009 13:10 CET
Current Rating: 9.00/3
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Camera: Olympus E3
Exposure time: 1/1000 sec
Aperture: F 4,7
Focal length: 478 mm
Lens: ED 50-200 & EC 14
Focusing method:
ISO: 250
White balance:
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied:
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Image resized to: 638x850

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That's great!!! I have to say I've never seen a photo quite like this before. :D

Gillian Simpson at 14:37 CET on 23-Mar-2009 [Reply]

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Thank you very mutch Gillian. It is none shit photo :-)
Cheers Hans


Gillian Simpson wrote:
> That's great!!! I have to say I've never seen a photo quite like this before. :D
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Hans Gerlich at 19:46 CET on 25-Mar-2009 [Reply]

Impressive timing

It's amazing how you managed to press the shutter in the right instant...

Alfred Molon at 22:14 CET on 28-Mar-2009 [Reply]

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Hi Alfred, it's a very lucky shot, that's the whole story.
Thank you for cmment and rating.
Hans

Alfred Molon wrote:
> It's amazing how you managed to press the shutter in the right instant...
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Hans Gerlich at 20:55 CEST on 30-Mar-2009 [Reply]

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The most natural function in nature, yet we rarely get to capture a such a view.
Personally, I think it adds an element of interest.

Loren Lewis at 23:41 CEST on 07-Sep-2010 [Reply]

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Pure coincidence, the shutter of E 3 is too slow.
It was a lucky shot. I got it ;-)
Regards Hans


Loren Lewis wrote:
> The most natural function in nature, yet we rarely get to capture a such a view.
> Personally, I think it adds an element of interest.
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Hans Gerlich at 23:58 CEST on 10-Sep-2010 [Reply]