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Old 07-26-2010, 09:49 AM
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3 more submissions, 9" X 9" mixed media -water color, pen & ink, colored pencils Smallmouth Bass, Walleye & Brown Trout.
I've just been going back and looking at some of the submissions over the past month. I really like these. The idea of mixed media is appealing. I've used it a little and Therese is beginning to use it frequently.
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I took this one at Watch Hill in 1998 - Processed it myself, back before digital when I had my own darkroom.

This one, I took out the back window, 2008. "November Roost"
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Old 07-27-2010, 10:53 AM
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I wish I were at liberty to put them up but there are going to be some knock out photos in the new Hot Spots books. Still, this thread is tough to compete with.
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My Secret Fishing Hole. "The Point" , Buxton, N.C.

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Mule,
There are 20 fishermen in that photo you are sharing your secret spot with. Now they will probably call you a spot-burner.
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Old 07-28-2010, 12:19 AM
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There are 20 fishermen in that photo you are sharing your secret spot with. Now they will probably call you a spot-burner.
Bill, there have been as many as a 100+ of us crowded together at that same spot when the Drum were in. Most of us work together and hardly ever is a harsh word spoken. The protocol is just understood. Now further up on the North Beach, Ramps 23 through 38, most stay 50 to 100 yards away from another fisherman. It's just something we've learned over the years.

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Mule,

I'll see you at 23 --- I CAN still see 50yds!!! This is the typical "crowd" at 23.

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Old 07-28-2010, 06:44 AM
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I'll see you at 23 --- I CAN still see 50yds!!! This is the typical "crowd" at 23.

Cheers,
FINE Picture AL. Be a good backdrop picture.

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Steve,

I have a reverse pic of a rough sea with at sunrise with a sport fisherman just beyond the bar that an artist is using to paint a glass for my mantel clock.

My friend used a 200 year old Seth Thomas wooden movement and built me a new clock. It took me a year to decide what I wanted for the glass and now this nice artist gal is reverse painting it --- and adding a fisherman.

If I can find it I'll send you a copy. It has the entire deal --- sunbeams, breakers, listing boat.

I also have some dynamic pictures of waves hitting the stone walls around the harbor in the my mom's hoometown on Cornwall, England. 50-60 footers crashing into the walls, the cliffs and spraying over the rooftops. Although I don't care for being on the seas in those conditions I find few things more awesome or more beautiful.

I have made the bad judgement to sit out a hurricane at our Salvo cottage --- and it was a breathtaking experience.
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I have a reverse pic of a rough sea with at sunrise with a sport fisherman just beyond the bar that an artist is using to paint a glass for my mantel clock.

My friend used a 200 year old Seth Thomas wooden movement and built me a new clock. It took me a year to decide what I wanted for the glass and now this nice artist gal is reverse painting it --- and adding a fisherman.

If I can find it I'll send you a copy. It has the entire deal --- sunbeams, breakers, listing boat.

I also have some dynamic pictures of waves hitting the stone walls around the harbor in the my mom's hoometown on Cornwall, England. 50-60 footers crashing into the walls, the cliffs and spraying over the rooftops. Although I don't care for being on the seas in those conditions I find few things more awesome or more beautiful.

I have made the bad judgement to sit out a hurricane at our Salvo cottage --- and it was a breathtaking experience.
I look forward to them, AL.

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Mule,

Here's the one that I sent for my clock glass. The artist is going to add the surfcaster. These sunups are my favorite pics. Means you are around to see another one and with luck you have another day in paradise!!!
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I've been collecting a long time and now have a ton of stuff..too much in fact...I'm moving most of it out of here..rule of thumb is you have to like it before you buy it..
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Those are very nice.
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A few days ago I sold one of the first acrylic paintings I posted here, "Surfcasters at Emerson Rocks".

So, I painted another similar of the same subject and dubbed it "The Surfcasters" and here it is. This one's larger, and acrylic on a 14"X18" stretched canvas and unframed.

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Those are very nice.
Thaks..the Undercover trout is actually one off by John Rice..I have three more one of a kind by John
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