Left For Dead

Uploaded 22 Nov 2009
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© Jeffery Bennett
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UploadedNovember 22, 2009
MakeSony
ModelDSLR-A100
Exposure1/500 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length300 mm
ISO160
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Q: Good tripods??

A: Do you know?

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This little fish was just left sitting here like this by some teenage kid that was fishing. When I asked him why he had not put it back in the water to live being that it was such a small catch. He replied by saying I was going to use him for bait to catch a bigger fish but am leaving now as I have to go. Again I asked why don't you put it back into it's home. He said, I don't have time. So I picked it up gently and laid him in the water by hand till he was breathing in again then laid him further down in the water and watched as he swam away. Kids these days, sometimes I just don't get them.

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  • Jacquie Gibson

    Jacquie Gibson (Deleted) gave props (30 Nov 2009):

    Excellent use of DOF.

  • Jeffery Bennett

    Jeffery Bennett said (30 Nov 2009):

    Thank you Jacquie.

    I don't know what possesed me to shoot this.

    Guess it was a story that I felt needed this picture to

    complete it.

  • Karen Foto Fiddler

    Karen Foto Fiddler (Deleted) gave props (1 Dec 2009):

    Thank you for saving such a seemingly insignificant life..I will call this fish Mr Limpit. (from the movie THE INCREDIBLE MR. LIMPIT with Don Knotts) Wonderful story you told..Great moral..Take only what you need..replenish after that...

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