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Flyfishing at Warner Creek

Posted by
LauraS (Chico, United States) on 28 August 2009 in Landscape & Rural.

Another (and the last) view of JB fishing at Warner Creek. Enough already!!! Move on to something else!

SONY DSC-F828 1/250 second F/4.5 ISO 64 9 mm

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Vachel from Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

great shot...

28 Aug 2009 10:51am

@Vachel: Thanks.

LESLIE from norwich, United Kingdom

Lovely shot Laura, like the reflection of JB on the water

28 Aug 2009 4:22pm

@LESLIE: Thanks, it's subtle...

Zaluska from Ostroleka, Poland

Nice picture!

28 Aug 2009 7:58pm

dobbino from Cape Town, South Africa

When you get a subject or scene that's worth showing, you've got to milk it for all it's worth! Lovely series - enjoy the weekend.

28 Aug 2009 8:25pm

Firooz from Tahran, Iran

nice shot....!
i like the place

28 Aug 2009 8:27pm

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

nice relaxing moment!

28 Aug 2009 9:15pm

Tracy from La Selva Beach, United States

That water looks SOOOO refreshing today! I'll bet you are cooking in Chico! :)

29 Aug 2009 12:42am

Lee from Fort Frances Ontario, Canada

Another great shot. Ok, now show us the one with the trout jumping out of the water with JB's fly in its mouth.

29 Aug 2009 3:42am

@Lee: Ha, ha.... didn't wait around to catch that shot... should've though.

1/250 second
ISO 64
9 mm