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My Red Bubble friends Larry Davis and his lovely wife Dawn
were holidaying in the UK recently and I had the wonderful pleasure in meeting up with them for a great days shooting. One of the places visited was an unplanned trip to the newly developed and purpose built for the 2012 Olympics Lee Valley White Water Centre in Waltham Abby, Essex. It has to be a must on your list to go to places if you want some great action shots. At the moment it is free to go in, (unless you are rafting or in a Kayak) and free parking. The three of us had a fantastic time and I expect you’ll be seeing Larry’s and Dawn’s shots soon.

I thought the title to this one was rather apt and any opinions from you guys are as always really appreciated.

I hope you like the photo and still enjoy viewing my work and thank you so much for stopping by today and for your constant support, please call back again soon.

F-stop f/14
Exposure time 1/800 sec
ISO speed 360
Manual Priority
Exposure bias -0.3 step
White Balance Auto
260 mm on a 70 – 300 mm Tamron Zoom lens.
Tweaked slightly in Photoshop Elements 7

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©Anthony Hedger Photography 2011


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Our creative juices flow and we capture the moment.

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  • Clive
    Cliveover 2 years ago

    Superb timing, title and image Tony, great work my friend

  • Hey Clive, thanks so much my friend

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • bearwings
    bearwingsover 2 years ago

    I like the way this close up action takes us away from the man made and up into the wilderness. Great shot, you must have paddled really hard to get in front of him, not to mention holding the camera steady. Thats the feel I get from it, nice work.

  • Hey Bearwings, what a wonderful comment, thank you so much for dropping by and for your kindness.
    You are right of course, I made a tight a crop as possible to get rid of any distracting walls, people etc which works well and as you say into the wilderness, well almost. LOL
    I was on the side lines with my 300mm lens which helped a lot and no way was I going in there with camera or not, LOL
    Thanks again

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • virginian
    virginianover 2 years ago

    Great action shot; good title.

  • Thank you so much Virginian, so glad you like it

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • UncaDeej
    UncaDeejover 2 years ago

    This is very cool,the whole thing just works,FAV,well done…Deej.

  • Hey Dee, thanks you so much for a great comment and for the fave.

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • UncaDeej
    UncaDeejover 2 years ago

    Hmmm,could be a great add for werner paddles too,might be worth a phone call??…Deej.

  • I like that Dee, thinking on your feet and thanks for the tip I never gave that a thought.

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • PrairieRose
    PrairieRoseover 2 years ago

    This is REALLY GOOD Tony……….you’ve got to be really into it to get this wet!! :))

  • Hey Rose, thank you for dropping by today and for your great comment.
    I think I’d be sick if I tried this so I’ll stay behind the camera and leave the sport to the experts.

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 2 years ago

    Congratulations!!! You have been featured in Cee’s Fun Artsy Friends group (clickable banner)

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  • Oh WOW Cee, thank you so much for my feature

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • CJTill
    CJTillover 2 years ago

    Nice to see you again Tony. A great image mate

  • Thanks Colin, yeah I am in and out but not shaking it all about, LOL

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • Sharon Kavanagh
    Sharon Kavanaghover 2 years ago

  • Hey Sharon, thank you so much for my feature, wow that was unexpected

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • peaky40
    peaky40over 2 years ago

    Wonderful capture

  • thank you for your kind comment

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

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