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The Fish of DreamWorks

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The Fish of DreamWorks

Postby Charles » Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:40 am

I'm going through photos I've had laying around and discovered a series of shots I took while at DreamWorks on July 22 of this year, while hanging out by the big pond on the studio lot.

When I was there, some of the fish swam up to me for closeup encounters so I thought I'd put them in the spotlight and feature them in their own dedicated topic on AN.

Here's where they live, spending their pampered, care free lives while the artists, technicians and staff sweat it out every day creating some of the greatest animated entertainment in the world.

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Re: The Fish of DreamWorks

Postby Charles » Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:11 am

The first DreamWorks fish friend I made was this fellow. Kind of shy at first, hiding out with the kiddies.

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But he ventured over after a while.

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And spent some time checking me out.

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Then was gracious enough to hold still for this photo.

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Re: The Fish of DreamWorks

Postby Charles » Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:23 am

On the heels, or the rather the back fins, of the first fish, this healthy character came along.

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Got real close and hung out for quite some time.

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I'm obliged for the special attention, my friend.

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Re: The Fish of DreamWorks

Postby Charles » Sat Oct 01, 2011 10:42 am

Another one of the DreamWorks locals stopped by to say hello.

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He's a hefty one. Must be enjoying the free gourmet lunches at the studio.

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Joining the wife and kids, as one would expect from a family fish.

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And it's back to the above water world for me at this special place on the DreamWorks campus.

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