How not to photograph an eagle


Gwyn

Link Posted 26/10/2015 - 20:24
This is a truly horrific story of a group of photographers abusing a fish, injecting it with air and stuffing it's mouth with polystyrene foam as bait for a critically endangered eagle, thereby not only killing the fish, but also the eagle.

http://mothership.sg/2015/10/bird-photographers-in-spore-stuffed-styrofoam-bits-...

So much for take nothing but photos, leave nothing but footsteps.

johnriley

Link Posted 26/10/2015 - 22:42
It's very hard to understand how anyone could think it was something that should be done. Clearly something is very amiss with the thinking process of some people.
Best regards, John

Nakedgun

Link Posted 27/10/2015 - 02:43
Some people's kids!
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QuestionableCarrot

Link Posted 27/10/2015 - 08:41
Twats
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walkeja

Link Posted 27/10/2015 - 10:54
tanmtewa wrote:
johnriley wrote:
It's very hard to understand how anyone could think it was something that should be done. Clearly something is very amiss with the thinking process of some people.

I can't agree with you anymore

I beg your pardon, you think they were right to do what they did!
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McGregNi

Link Posted 27/10/2015 - 12:32
I think he meant he could not agree more .
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johnriley

Link Posted 27/10/2015 - 13:10
That's what I assumed.
Best regards, John

davidtrout

Link Posted 27/10/2015 - 15:10
Taken quite literally the original comment is correct. The agreement with John's comment is absolute - therefore impossible to agree any more with it.
David

I think QQ's succinct comment reflects my opinion perfectly.
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McGregNi

Link Posted 27/10/2015 - 17:23
They certainly do not deserve the dignity of being called photographers .... Lets hope the shame of being seen and it publicised will deter them in future.

'Anymore' , or 'any more' ... ? What's the difference. To me, your interpretation David would apply to the second, with the words separate. One word, 'anymore' would apply to a situation where he had been agreeing with John for a while, but then suddenly stopped agreeing (presumably because Johns comments had taken an unexpected turn) ....or is this to overthink it ?
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Aero

Link Posted 27/10/2015 - 17:39
McGregNi wrote:
'Anymore' , or 'any more' ... ? What's the difference. To me, your interpretation David would apply to the second, with the words separate. One word, 'anymore' would apply to a situation where he had been agreeing with John for a while, but then suddenly stopped agreeing (presumably because Johns comments had taken an unexpected turn) ....or is this to overthink it ?

Correct, Nigel. Similar to the (usually ignored) distinction between "forever" and "for ever".
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