The result of a nice spring evening, Danish silver from the sea.



Submitted by: Keld Skytte Petersen

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Camera manufacturer NIKON CORPORATION 
Camera model NIKON D70 
Exposure time 1/50 s 
Lens focal length 46 mm (~69 mm on 35 mm film) 
Lens aperture f 4.5 
Date and time of original 2005-06-09 21:14 
Software used Ver.2.00  










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From: Keld Skytte Petersen · skytte.svarrer·at·  Link
Submitted December 28th 2006

Hi Allan.
I don't think so, the photo was taken in very low light conditions.
But there is a story about the stripes on the head, the fish pulled shootinghead,runningline and about 10 meters of backing off the reel, in one long rush, out there the fish, began to roll in the surface, and after a short while it became quiet.
Later i saw that the fish had tied itself around the gills with my leader, so that it couldn't breathe, i could now bring the nice sea trout to photo session, without further problems.

From: Allan · overgaard·at·  Link
Submitted December 28th 2006

Good picture.
Is it the camera lens you can see on the forehead of the fish?
regards Allan

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