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

 
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Feb 29, 2020 18:13 |  #10021

weka2000 wrote in post #19017117 (external link)
The wekas are off to Milford sound, Te Anau, Queenstown, Wanaka and Mt Cook.

Hard to believe its only taken 15 yrs to get there.

I believe I have spotted you down south on more than 1 occasion.... 2006 this time, not sure what you had done but you were locked up here....


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Feb 29, 2020 18:44 |  #10022

Mark Vuleta wrote in post #19018876 (external link)
I believe I have spotted you down south on more than 1 occasion...

I plan to get a new weka pic for my sig

Im taking 16-35 and 100-400 lens 5Ds + CP
she is taking 5D3 and 24-105

Should be covered.


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Feb 29, 2020 19:23 |  #10023

Something different for me - my sister and bro-in-law were visiting from Martinborough, and shouted me a ticket to the Hurricanes Sunvolves game.

Sunwolves started well, scoring from kick off, then the Hurricanes scored ten tries.

Another "tog", with some nice looking gear.

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Feb 29, 2020 19:25 |  #10024

Halftime entertainment - relay of teams from local schools.

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Converting a second half try:

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Feb 29, 2020 22:15 |  #10025

I been playing and yeah, I dunno how I didded this 'un


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Feb 29, 2020 23:23 |  #10026

kiwichris wrote in post #19018981 (external link)
I been playing and yeah, I dunno how I didded this 'un

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Very nice Chris


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Mar 01, 2020 00:32 |  #10027

I have bought a new camera. She is a dandy wee thing, very handy, no view finder mirrorless, and I can do all sorts of other things with it also, like send messages, talk to people, look at POTN :), and watch movies among other things. I have a feeling it can talk to my hearing aids as well but not certain on that. It is an Oppo A5 and while I bought it on the 'net I read a number of reviews and they all commented that the sound was good, which is why I chose it, and the price was not stratospheric. Due to arrive in a couple of days from a large, NZ retailer whom I have dealt with before quite happily.

I am shifting cell supplier as well, on prepay but the new provider supplies twice as much for half the price of my old one.


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Mar 01, 2020 02:05 |  #10028

kiwichris wrote in post #19018981 (external link)
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I like that - would probably crop the light bit off the top but a lovely shot!


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Mar 01, 2020 02:06 |  #10029

coupla carshow pics:


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Mar 01, 2020 02:12 |  #10030

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coupla carshow pics:

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love the morry a 30 - is it?


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Mar 01, 2020 02:21 |  #10031

roseyposey wrote in post #19019054 (external link)
a 30 - is it?

very close! the A35... (has another 5HP, but very little else over the A30)

one day my A30 will get restored... :-)


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Mar 01, 2020 16:47 |  #10032

joeseph wrote in post #19019052 (external link)
I like that - would probably crop the light bit off the top but a lovely shot!

You are correct, I noticed that when I posted and scrolled the top out of sight :D


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Mar 03, 2020 02:05 |  #10033

Took a couple of shots of this fine Mk II Jag, one with a chap just behind the lefthandside, another with an awful reflection of a bloke with striped teeshirt in the drivers door.
Here is a blend of the two:


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I think the shot needs more work...

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Mar 03, 2020 22:01 |  #10034

joeseph wrote in post #19020267 (external link)
Took a couple of shots of this fine Mk II Jag, one with a chap just behind the lefthandside, another with an awful reflection of a bloke with striped teeshirt in the drivers door.
Here is a blend of the two:

I think the shot needs more work...

Good blend


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Mar 03, 2020 22:27 |  #10035

joeseph wrote in post #19020267 (external link)
Took a couple of shots of this fine Mk II Jag, one with a chap just behind the lefthandside, another with an awful reflection of a bloke with striped teeshirt in the drivers door.
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I think the shot needs more work...

Time to remember the CP. Until you mention it I don't see anything untoward, hard to get perfect car shots in those conditions. I used to hate doing Hot Rod shows.


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