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Image Title:  Snecko
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 By: * James *  
  Copyright ©2005

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Photographer * James *  * James * {Karma:20200}
Project N/A Camera Model Fuji Finepix S7000
Categories Macro
Film Format
Portfolio Thailand
Lens Fujinon
Uploaded 6/2/2005 Film / Memory Type xD Card Digital ISO200
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 741 Shutter 1/60
Favorites Aperture f/2.8
Critiques 4 Rating
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Location City -  Kathu
State -  PHUKET
Country - Thailand   Thailand
About "Snecko" means snail in Old High German. I saw this spiral-shelled gastropod on my way to the waterfall that I shot photos of the same day. Best thing about snails is that they don't move too quickly so plenty of opportunity to get decent shots. I used the macro function on my camera to take this photo.
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There are 4 Comments in 1 Pages
Naomi Weidner Naomi Weidner   {K:6636} 6/3/2005
Great composition, James. I like the DoF and the three layers. Nicely done. -- Naomi


Joggie van Staden Joggie van Staden   {K:41700} 6/2/2005
Great colours, detail and interesting composition. Well done.


Alison DuFlon Alison DuFlon   {K:36566} 6/2/2005
Incredible detail and beautiful dof James, I love your perspective, I feel as if I were the snail looking around. Beautiful color and lighting. Alison


Carolyn Wiesbrock   {K:14051} 6/2/2005
Excellent capture!




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