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Lowjiber

DRAGON IN SOUTHEASTERN QUADRANT

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I shot this last week, but just got around to processing it this morning.

Thanks for the peek.😀

Clear Skies

John

SEP 26th 2020 MONSTER IN SE.jpg

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Maybe an oarfish ? Nice image. Regards Andrew 

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You captured a big one too!  :blink:

Gong-Ha is going to have to smarten up its act:

They need a new label for their solar disks:

"Here be dragons!"  :wink2:

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