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Air One

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Few pics from OZ : the seals of Montague island NSW.

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I think it is very cool how off in the distance in this shot you can see a lot of animals (I am assuming most of them are seals). Nice shot.
 

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Pardon the intrusion; would anyone in this forum know about the photo competition in Anilao this coming March 20th? I seem to have lost that page somewhere when I was surfing.
Thanks much for any info.
 

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Pardon the intrusion; would anyone in this forum know about the photo competition in Anilao this coming March 20th? I seem to have lost that page somewhere when I was surfing.
Thanks much for any info.

hi, please click on the Philippine Paradise Divers link on my sig. you'll find the invite there. welcome to sb :)
 

Air One

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I think it is very cool how off in the distance in this shot you can see a lot of animals (I am assuming most of them are seals). Nice shot.

Thanks.
Yes, all the animals behind are all seals on this picture. It's a colony of young males rejected from the breeding colonys of the south of the country (Australia). So, no pups and ( normaly) no GWS.
 

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