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Wednesday, 13 August 2014 04:24

Flat Line

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This was just one of those shots that I really loved. It was a late winter day on the Flint with my friend Henry Jackson and the light was hitting him just right. There was almost no color except for Henry, his kayak and the fly line. If you look close you can see the veins and muscles in his neck as he is in a full force foward stroke. When I look through my fly fishing shots, this one is always among my favorites.   

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Chris Funk

Chris Funk is an avid outdoorsman and rabid photographer. He tells folks his life revolves around 6 "F"s, his Faith,Family,Fur,Fins,Feathers and Fotography. He paddles all over the Southeast with his bride Angie and son Ethan. They fish for any critter that will tighten a line and it doesn't matter if it is with conventional gear, fly gear or bowfishing gear. He and his son are on the Jackson kayak fishing team and the whole family helps with an awesome group called Paddle4Tomorrow that gets people with special needs out for a day of paddling.

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