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Continuing kayak journey after photographing dolphins earlier

Source:SeaKayakPhoto.com
When:Feb 12
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This is the P&H Scorpio HV Mk2 in CoreLite X. It is very large but supremely comfortable and as can be seen from the previous post, made an excellent stable platform for photographing bottlenose dolphins.

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