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The Languid Sea Lion, Continued…


I just noticed that I had a few other images of a Sea Lion languidly lounging at the water’s surface. I took these images the same day as I took these images of a Sea Lion with its flippers floating … Continue reading

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The Languid Sea Lion


New On an afternoon like this, in a year not so far ago, I was kayaking the waters of Tomales Bay, when I came across this Stellar Sea Lion, floating in a dream. I stopped paddling, and began to drift … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Photo #60: Harbor seal silhouette


Normally I wouldn’t try to photograph wildlife by shooting into the sun (or the suns reflection), but rules are made to be broken. Silhouettes are created by facing towards the light source and throwing all we’ve learned about proper lighting … Continue reading

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