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Dave Dupre
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Spent part of my honeymoon here. Spectacular!
That's it. I'm moving to the Le Méridien #Tahiti  and I'm never coming back...

http://hcombined.com/1u5rcwI 

#Overwaterbungalow   #DreamyDestination   #travel   #takemeaway  
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Go Mom!
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Cannot resist posting more Golden Retriever pictures to Google+. xD
I think I should do a vlog of my dogs sometime? Random, but at least you'll have a small insight in my life. :')
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I was on my way for my usual sunrise walk on the beach when this scene showed itself by the side of the road. This is the Musquashcut Brook in Scituate, MA.
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Wow!
Amazing Footage Takes You Inside the Flight of a Mig-29 Fighter Jet

Click below to watch this incredible video...

http://www.industrytap.com/amazing-footage-takes-inside-flight-mig-29-fighter-jet/21299
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This year's WWII Weekend in Reading, PA was awesome as usual. My sons and I had a blast.
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2014 WWII Weekend
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Seeing one of these babies up close is on my bucket list. I only saw one once as a kid on my grandfather's boat. I can only imagine it was a Great White since the boat was 32ft, and the shark that swam by the boat was from the stern to the front of the flybridge.
Another image from my Great White Shark dive a few years ago, only this time from the surface (and with a better camera).

One of the techniques divers use to draw the sharks in is to place seal shaped buoys out on the water.  Great White Sharks eat seals, and generally hunt them by silhouetting them from below (they swim around until they see the seal silhouetted against the surface).  Once they spot a seal, they swim up under it and strike.  Fortunately for the divers, it is fairly easy to trick the sharks into thinking a seal shaped object is an actual seal (It is also the reason that surfers are occasionally attacked.  Surfers look like a seal when swimming on top of their surfboards and the splashing makes them sound like a wounded seal).

In this particular case, the shark actually grabbed the buoy before turning towards me and smiling for the picture.  I wonder how often they have to replace these buoys?

This Great White Shark was photographed off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa.  The image was created using a Canon 1D mark II and a 24-70mm lens.  The camera settings were 1/640 sec @ f/6.3, 200 ISO.

Thank you for viewing.  Comments, questions, and critiques are always welcome.  If you enjoyed this image, please share it with your Google+ followers.

To see additional wildlife images, and to learn more about wildlife photography and filmmaking, visit my website at www.ChrisGamel.com.
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Went to the 2014 RI Air Show with my sons.
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Pretty awesome.
I'm probably the ba-zillionth person to share this, but man I love the way this photographer is living his life. Such a cool video; so well done, and he's living such an interesting life -- totally worth watching, and a great way to start your Friday. :)  

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I love the reaction of some of his teammates.
T.J. Oshie just makes it look so easy. His 12th career game-deciding shootout goal got the +St. Louis Blues a win.

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