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Last weekend I went out with Shirley(TeddyBear2) and her husband for a photo shoot around the same area that I had been to prior to last weekend. Victory Beach. We photographed the sea lions and about the general area. Theser shots are the result of my efforts. I even got some of Shirley getting chased by a wave. HeeeeHeeee. It was a great day out with great company. Thank you again Shirley & Barry. :-)

Here we see the Lesser spotted Shirley retreating up the beach at a good rate of knotts to escape the tide. HeeeeeHeeeee. The things we do for that great shot!
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Mar 31 2010 09:08 GMT teddybear2
I am sure that is my better half. he he he
Mar 31 2010 09:14 GMT Littleollie
It is a great shot to Robin; run Shirley, run; oh to be there.

I do know what's it's like but, the same thing happened to me at Cathedral Caves in the Catlins; setting up a capture of Liz and ended up her warning me of the incoming wave; that was funny too.
Mar 31 2010 09:19 GMT nzshutter PRO
Thanks John. I could imagine you would have to look out at the Cathedral Caves for the tide as well. Never been there yet, but will get there one day soon. Hope things are going well over there and you haven't had any more hail.
Mar 31 2010 09:38 GMT Littleollie
No, weather has behaved it self since. You can buy really cheap cars 'round here now, if you don't mind one with dimples; car yards are hocking them off instead of repairing them, they are saying it could be up to two years before everyone gets their homes or cars repaired anyway, so I can see why they are cutting and running.

Cathedral Caves are great, you just have to pick your time re the tides and there is a cost involved, the Maori owners receive a 'fee' for the maintenance of the track.
Include Purakanui Falls in your trip, organise company and make a day of it. You can go through to Invercargill, stay the night and make a weekend of it, it only takes a couple of hours back from Invercargill, it's all good and thousands of capture opportunities as well.
Mar 31 2010 11:16 GMT hans55 PRO
a great catch !!!! :-))

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