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Matthew Stewart

Nundah, Australia

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<b><i>Gear</i></b>: <i>Canon 5D Mk II | Canon 17-40 </i>

<b><i>Settings</i>:</b><i> ISO 100 | f/11 | 20.0 | 17mm</i>

I have plenty more shots of Tasmania to share (about 50 thousand versions of Dove Lake) but thought I’d share this one to break it up a little.

Whilst resting on a bank I spotted some strange animals frolicking in the water. I think they were Fishious Photographis.

I captured a video just in case to prove that I wasn’t seeing things: <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfcboD2SboA" rel="nofollow">www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfcboD2SboA&lt;/a&gt;

<i><b>Fishious Photographis</b>

Known to live in the sea, and are sometimes seen when nice clouds and stormy skies are visible. Fishious Photographis are often spotted waist deep around dead trees, living trees and sometimes, you can find them on their back floating in rock pools, holding up their Fishious Camerais to ensure it doesn’t get wet.
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