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GKPE 8, Yet more NZ ramblings from some flightless Kiwis.

 
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Jun 12, 2019 04:26 |  #9586

Derelict house south of Hastings on SH2. Looks to be a hazard now, if we get a decent storm.

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Jun 12, 2019 04:44 |  #9587

kiwichris wrote in post #18876410 (external link)
I thought you would like it, you were not far out, :-D Wellington 2007:06:13 18:31:19 American date and NZ time  :p

12 yrs ago almost to the day, that was co-incidence, the capture time and modification time are within seconds of being identical as well.

awesome! what's 5 years, give or take a day or two (ZK-NGE went out of service around 2013 so I had a feeling it was a year or so prior...)

them security folks in the reflections add interest!


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Jun 12, 2019 04:45 |  #9588

roseyposey wrote in post #18876412 (external link)
Derelict house south of Hastings on SH2. Looks to be a hazard now, if we get a decent storm.

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nicely done!


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Jun 12, 2019 04:46 |  #9589

joeseph wrote in post #18876420 (external link)
nicely done!

Thanks - a bit of it's history.

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Jun 12, 2019 06:10 |  #9590

roseyposey wrote in post #18876412 (external link)
Derelict house south of Hastings on SH2. Looks to be a hazard now, if we get a decent storm.

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I like those. They would go on my wall!


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Jun 12, 2019 06:13 |  #9591

kiwichris wrote in post #18876450 (external link)
I like those. They would go on my wall!

I'm pleased with them, although wpuld have liked some clouds in the sky :-0


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Jun 12, 2019 06:16 |  #9592

joeseph wrote in post #18876419 (external link)
awesome! what's 5 years, give or take a day or two (ZK-NGE went out of service around 2013 so I had a feeling it was a year or so prior...)

them security folks in the reflections add interest!

I take it you got her number from the GE on the front undercarriage covers? Otherwise I can not see any ID.


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Jun 12, 2019 16:22 |  #9593

Rosyposey love the photos but not sure about yellow for processing. (did you try septia?)

There is an old house on the way out to Port Waikato and I was determined to get it ……… however I made a very bad decision and took sandras car off the main road down a slight decline which flattened out into a farmers paddock as it was the only spot to pull over. Trouble is when I went to reverse front wheels just spun ……… I knew then I was in trouble. Sandra " well you might as well get that bl00dy photo now we are here"


I did get out more by pure luck than any thing. Not the best image but the story of how it was taken will not be forgotten


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Jun 13, 2019 02:28 |  #9594

roseyposey wrote in post #18876454 (external link)
I'm pleased with them, although wpuld have liked some clouds in the sky :-0

You could add them in photoshop


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Jun 13, 2019 02:43 |  #9595

weka2000 wrote in post #18876712 (external link)
Rosyposey love the photos but not sure about yellow for processing. (did you try septia?)

There is an old house on the way out to Port Waikato and I was determined to get it ……… however I made a very bad decision and took sandras car off the main road down a slight decline which flattened out into a farmers paddock as it was the only spot to pull over. Trouble is when I went to reverse front wheels just spun ……… I knew then I was in trouble. Sandra " well you might as well get that bl00dy photo now we are here"


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I think that was antique, but will have another go.

The stories and efforts one goes to get a shot - lol. Nice though.


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Jun 13, 2019 02:43 |  #9596

Mark0159 wrote in post #18876922 (external link)
You could add them in photoshop

Yes I suppose so, but I am very lazy! -)


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Jun 13, 2019 02:43 |  #9597

kiwichris wrote in post #18876455 (external link)
I take it you got her number from the GE on the front undercarriage covers?

yes - AirNZ are all ZK-something


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Jun 13, 2019 02:54 |  #9598

roseyposey wrote in post #18876925 (external link)
Yes I suppose so, but I am very lazy! -)


that I can understand, that's why the camera hardly moves. Plus the edit you have done look good, so why change a good thing.


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Jun 13, 2019 03:00 |  #9599

Mark0159 wrote in post #18876928 (external link)
that I can understand, that's why the camera hardly moves. Plus the edit you have done look good, so why change a good thing.

I think the edit suits the image - but it is very personal. I'm happy with it, and glad I got them, as surely at some stage it will collapse, or else someone will need to remove it, for safety reasons. lying sheets of corrugated iron can't be good.


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Jun 13, 2019 04:04 |  #9600

roseyposey wrote in post #18876930 (external link)
I think the edit suits the image - but it is very personal. I'm happy with it, and glad I got them, as surely at some stage it will collapse, or else someone will need to remove it, for safety reasons. lying sheets of corrugated iron can't be good.

Definately the edit suits the image, the large vignette offsets the ho-hum sky you started with so you have space all round. I would not change a thing, print them and hang 'em! :D


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