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Caption: your choice    Curious California sea lion (sea lions have external ears, as seen here).      Off the east coast of Isla Carmen there is a sea lion colony.  The young sea lions would suddenly pop up out of the water next to our panga, bark loudly at us and then disappear again.  I got the feeling they were complaining about us 'invading' their territory.  It was a challenge to to try to capture this interesting behaviour.  I got a lot of shots of blurred water.  Here is one of the shots that I managed to catch.  Suggestions for captions welcome!    Some shots of the nearby sea bird colonies can be seen here: http://goo.gl/pXukt0    02/08/14 www.allenfotowild.com
Taken from a pleasure cruiser - the Regal Lady on an evening boat trip.  Was very relaxing and the clouds were amazing.
Most of what you see reflected in this abstract is concrete, namely the walls lining one of the tailraces of Geddes Dam.  Only at the bottom of the frame do you see reflections of the guard railings around the structure.  DP213-2014  Posted August 1; processed ditto The necessary conditions for producing the reflection and the colors seen here:  Morning light, a closed floodgate, sunny or partly sunny skies, and little if any wind.  Geddes Dam, seen from Old Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor Taken July 26, 2014 Title:  Concrete Abstract  I'll do my best to catch up with commenting today, but it probably won't be until late in the day.
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Curious California sea lion (sea lions have external ears, as seen here).

Off the east coast of Isla Carmen there is a sea lion colony. The young sea lions would suddenly pop up out of the water next to our panga, bark loudly at us and then disappear again. I got the feeling they were complaining about us 'invading' their territory. It was a challenge to to try to capture this interesting behaviour. I got a lot of shots of blurred water. Here is one of the shots that I managed to catch. Suggestions for captions welcome!

Some shots of the nearby sea bird colonies can be seen here: http://goo.gl/pXukt0

02/08/14 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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Caption: your choice    Curious California sea lion (sea lions have external ears, as seen here).      Off the east coast of Isla Carmen there is a sea lion colony.  The young sea lions would suddenly pop up out of the water next to our panga, bark loudly at us and then disappear again.  I got the feeling they were complaining about us 'invading' their territory.  It was a challenge to to try to capture this interesting behaviour.  I got a lot of shots of blurred water.  Here is one of the shots that I managed to catch.  Suggestions for captions welcome!    Some shots of the nearby sea bird colonies can be seen here: http://goo.gl/pXukt0    02/08/14 www.allenfotowild.com
Caption: your choice

Curious California sea lion (sea lions have external ears, as seen here).

Off the east coast of Isla Carmen there is a sea lion colony. The young sea lions would suddenly pop up out of the water next to our panga, bark loudly at us and then disappear again. I got the feeling they were complaining about us 'invading' their territory. It was a challenge to to try to capture this interesting behaviour. I got a lot of shots of blurred water. Here is one of the shots that I managed to catch. Suggestions for captions welcome!

Some shots of the nearby sea bird colonies can be seen here: http://goo.gl/pXukt0

02/08/14 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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