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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Jace, Aug 18, 2006.
Cape Clear island, south west Cork, June 2014. That's a camp site in the south harbour.
A basking shark of 15'-18' came in to feed and hung about for around three hours. Some swimmers felt compelled to join him, as did some folk from a sailing boat moored in the inlet (the guys in the inflatable kayak). I personally wouldn't have entered the water with him, but it made for great photos and made national news (http://www.independent.ie/irish-new...ining-bathers-for-a-dip-in-cork-30362447.html). I just happened to be working on the island, and walking past as it was happening. With a good DSLR. And a long telephoto lens. And a fully charged battery. And an empty memory card.
Happened again in June 2016:
Drone footage in Cork harbour:
For those unfamiliar, basking sharks don't eat humans. The dorsal fin is similar in shape to a great white's, and they share similar body size and proportions, but considered harmless.
COBDR 2014 Carolina boys in CO.
Ouachita National Forrest, ARKANSAS
Iceland 10pm in the middle of nowhere
Where?? very nice
Padre island TX in December.
Oodnadatta track, spent the night at Coward Springs
Dalhausie Hot Springs, South Australia July 2015.
This was near Bay St. Lawrence on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia.
Nice!! Damn I need me some "Aussie Outback"
Jack and Buck
The famous Sachsenring in East Germany. Beer marinated pork steaks and the beer of Saxon Kings
Tending to the bike in Pang, Ladakh, India.
For my favorite camp of the last few years I can't decide between the Waiau valley in the Marlborough back country of NZ's South Is:
...or the shores of Lago Futalaufquen in Argentina