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Caught Wet Handed

Must Have Missed the Sign

This really isn’t what it seems.  While the composition would be rather conclusive, the fact is the two boys were actually just unloading a boat they just docked.  I just waited for the right opportunity to make it look like they were baiting the hooks and ready to cast. I am glad I did because otherwise this shot wouldn’t have the same impact.  Just thought it would be a fun shot and start the week off with a little humor.  August 12, 2012

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