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Oct 27, 2011 22:37 |  #3931

good evening to all. just finished watching green lantern. now i'll be up all night looking for sector 2814. :)


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Oct 27, 2011 22:39 |  #3932

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Unpaved because it's the forestry roads, not enough traffic to warrant paving. It's between Banff & Jasper. I looked at google earth and it's looks like the path are on top of the rocky mountain range. Been wanting to do this and I'm rushing to beat the snow.

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are you going thru the iceland pkway? love the highway, one of the best scenic route i've i've seen :)


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Oct 27, 2011 22:42 |  #3933

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My line of work used to involve calling Northern Telecom out in Richardson, TX for support. The techs are all fellow Canadians from New Brunswick. The techs and I had a deal. I send them tins of Tim Horton's coffee and in return they send me Hooters calendar.:lol: Those were the days.

jun, my bro and some of my friends works as contractor for telus, they usually go to this unpaved roads that's so deep into the forest, they often encounter native americans carrying deer or salmon. :)


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Oct 27, 2011 22:45 |  #3934

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good evening to all. just finished watching green lantern. now i'll be up all night looking for sector 2814. :)

Did you watch past the end credits for the "secret" end scene? ;)


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Oct 27, 2011 23:08 |  #3935

jodelak wrote in post #13318489 (external link)
jun, my bro and some of my friends works as contractor for telus, they usually go to this unpaved roads that's so deep into the forest, they often encounter native americans carrying deer or salmon. :)

I think Native Americans are the fellas south of the border. The ones up in Canada, they prefer to be called First Nations :D When I was working in Bella Coola, BC I bought most of my smoke salmon right out of their smoke houses.

I think Telus likes to hire a lot of contractors. And ever since Telus went to Philippines. I think it opened the doors for some of our skilled Pinoys to work up here. The real money is at Fort Mac & Slave lake but working there are like working in Whistler. You get paid very well but the drawback are the cost of living. They are also high.


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Oct 28, 2011 02:27 |  #3936

Hi fellas....Good morning.

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Oct 28, 2011 03:01 |  #3937

Very good bird shots Peter. I wish I also had a bird feeder at home for my sunbirds. :)


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Oct 28, 2011 10:28 |  #3938

nice shots peter, specially the 2nd one. what's the exif? are you using your TC? the 70-200 f4 is regarded as one of the sharpest lens :)


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Oct 28, 2011 10:29 |  #3939

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I think Native Americans are the fellas south of the border. The ones up in Canada, they prefer to be called First Nations :D When I was working in Bella Coola, BC I bought most of my smoke salmon right out of their smoke houses.

I think Telus likes to hire a lot of contractors. And ever since Telus went to Philippines. I think it opened the doors for some of our skilled Pinoys to work up here. The real money is at Fort Mac & Slave lake but working there are like working in Whistler. You get paid very well but the drawback are the cost of living. They are also high.

Avg family income in Fort Mac is $177,000, maybe i'll work there for a couple of years :D


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Oct 28, 2011 10:32 |  #3940

goodah morning here ladies and gentlemen :)


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Oct 28, 2011 10:33 |  #3941

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Did you watch past the end credits for the "secret" end scene? ;)

oh man no, i stopped it when it started showing the credits. lemme watch :)


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Oct 28, 2011 11:39 |  #3942

jodelak wrote in post #13320333 (external link)
Avg family income in Fort Mac is $177,000, maybe i'll work there for a couple of years :D

do they have a Tim Hortons :lol:


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Oct 28, 2011 12:47 |  #3943

in another thread we were discussing theme park photo tips that prompted me to look at some old photos at Disneyworld and trips 36 and 27 years ago

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I hastily scanned a few old photos
this was in 1983, most probably with 50 mm on a Nikon or 5 cm on a Leica
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this one is 1976
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Also 1976, using Tamron zoon on a Nikomat
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1976 campsite inside Disneyworld, with the 1975 Grand Squire Ford Station Wagon
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1976, I am sure this one is a leica shot by my eldest son, I have the Nikon on my shoulder, notice the deep color of an old print


1983 maybe shot by a niece who came with us


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Oct 28, 2011 13:48 |  #3944

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in another thread we were discussing theme park photo tips that prompted me to look at some old photos at Disneyworld and trips 36 and 27 years ago

wow! great old memories for me Tony, my dad had a '73 ford wagon like that i used to ride in the back of :D

i took my GF to disneyland in '83 she later became my EX and kept all of my film pics :(


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Oct 28, 2011 15:50 |  #3945

FJ LOVE wrote in post #13320639 (external link)
do they have a Tim Hortons :lol:

oh yeah, timmy is all over the place here :)


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