by Guy Nowell, Sail World Asia
One of the great delights of a visit to Australia is the clean air. I know an Australian yachting photographer who teases me relentlessly about the images I shoot in Asia. 'Wow! That's impressive!' he says (occasionally) 'I didn't know you could shoot in sunshine'. Sad but true. Almost all the images I shot of the China Coast Cup in 1993 look better than the ones I shot in 2008 - because the air was so much cleaner.
Here are a few extra images from the medal races at the 470 Worlds at Mordialloc, Melbourne. Shot in clean air.
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12:19 PM Thu 31 Jan 2008 GMT
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