Fwah tripod also masuk pond?
i rather shift the flower nearer.
Yup submerged into the pond except for the head ?Originally Posted by Twilo
i hope this is not Botanic Gardens or any Nparks park. It is definitely against regulations. But more importantly it poses a risk to the plant/fish/animal life in the pond. I think you should submit the photograph of this person to Nparks and make a report if it was in the Botanics.
Of course, if its the photographer's own personal koi pond in his home, he can do what he likes i suppose.
I guess he was just too engrossed into shooting the frogs on the flower. I don't think there were any fishes in that pond, except for those frogs.Originally Posted by erwinx
one frog leap between his legs,
one expensive piece of camera equipment leap into the pond.
Those frogs are tiny.. I think around 1cm in size ?Originally Posted by patch17
ha ha... even worse. what if one of them decides to crawl up his leg and seek the family jewels. (i'm pretty sure not only the frogs will be hopping that day.)Originally Posted by majere2sg
I have also seen this man this morning. He was using a D2H, and he dropped something into the pond, cannot recover, cable release was also soaked in water too. Garung man. He was there with another foreigner photographer using a D100. Cool man. He even brought a torch light (those use to illuminate night wedding photography).Originally Posted by majere2sg
He also ended up taking bird picture. Garung guy. Respect him man.
Last edited by forbytes; 7th March 2004 at 12:31 AM.
Were you the one using a Canon L lens ?Originally Posted by forbytes
Nope, looks like but I am using Minolta G lens. I was with a girl. If you have my photo please send it to me please.Originally Posted by majere2sg
Isn't this in BG?
I know that pond well enough.
Me the Storm Trooper with the little L. What's up? Liked the idea of using the torch too
Last edited by FiveIronFrenzy; 7th March 2004 at 12:40 AM.
Looks like many of us were there at the same time.