It’s sealed: Or rather sea-lioned …

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Motel 8.

Sea lions bark! They have whiskers and cute little ears! They’re playful! Need I say more? Oh, well the photography bit …

This was my first time out with my new telephoto lens (Canon EF 70-200 mm f/2.8L). I saved money by scrimping on the Image Stabilization feature. (It was still an expensive lens!) Thought I was being crafty, as I’d read enough reviews saying it wasn’t quite necessary.

Upward facing dog.

But then I bet those folks weren’t bobbing on a boat, trying to photograph fidgety sea lions, who are themselves on a bouncing buoy. As you can imagine, this makes for a lot of blur. Oh well, at least a few of my shots turned out OK!

Wish I was sitting over there ...

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3 thoughts on “It’s sealed: Or rather sea-lioned …

  1. well hello there! I stumbled upon your blog looking for vietnamese shrimp roll recipes and love your site. What kind of boat were you on?

  2. Hi
    I found your picture of the picnic table at the berry farm (but have since lost the link to the exact posting, sorry) and would like your permission to use it for a postcard to promote a project to benefit coastal farms and fisheries. Also if you are a working photographer I’d be interested in talking about the project with you. Thanks! Kala Philo, Producer, SpaciousEconomy media kalaphilo@gmail.com spaciouseconomy.com

  3. Hi
    I found your picture of the picnic table at the berry farm via a web search, would like your permission to use it in a postcard for a project benefitting coastal farms and fisheries. Also, if you are a working photographer would like to talk to you about the project if you are interested. thanks! Kala Philo, Producer SpaciousEconomy.com media, kalaphilo@gmail.com

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