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Old May 24th, 2007, 07:11 AM   #16
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Yes Gabriel, always put that text at the end of anything i produce.

"shoot only pictures.. take only memories.. leave only footprints" think all of us who appriciate our wilderness and wildlife subscribe to that way of thinking, as we can see from all the fantastic entries in the UWOL challenges.
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Old May 28th, 2007, 03:53 PM   #17
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Dave,

I really enjoyed watching your entry. Underwater footage always fascinates me and you did an excellent job of capturing closeups that showed detail on most of the undersea critters you showed.

Especially liked the sea horse and the video of the ray was magnificent.

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Old May 30th, 2007, 01:36 AM   #18
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I quite liked this one Dave. There's a transition into another part of the world we don't see much of - most of us anyway. A different wild.

Looks to me like you filmed driving along the St Kilda foreshore (can't remember the road name, I'm from country Vic not the city). And you headed to the Sorrento back beach by the looks of it. Where did you film the underwater bits though? Do we even get all those species in victoria?
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Old May 30th, 2007, 07:34 AM   #19
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I quite liked this one Dave. There's a transition into another part of the world we don't see much of - most of us anyway. A different wild.

Looks to me like you filmed driving along the St Kilda foreshore (can't remember the road name, I'm from country Vic not the city). And you headed to the Sorrento back beach by the looks of it. Where did you film the underwater bits though? Do we even get all those species in victoria?
Hi Andrew, all the underwater footage was off portsea pier. and yes they are all native to victoria, the sea dragon are only really found on our cosatline, tassy and sth oz. all the wildlife was seen in 1 dive and there was a lot more, just a few feet off the pier.
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