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Wanton
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Re: Mponr

Post by Wanton » Apr 28th, '18, 14:24

Ahoy TSP'rs. I have just uploaded a report by Ian Clapperton entitled THE CRUISE WITH A DIFFERENCE. This is a report about Ian's participation in his first Marlay Point race. Also uploaded some new photos of the race you may be interested in. To view the report go to the to the reports page BTYC Web Site or you can go direct to the report Here


PS: There is a spectacular night photo in that post. Would anyone know who took it please? I would like to acknowledge the photographer.
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Re: Mponr

Post by Tezza » Apr 28th, '18, 14:56

Well ,that took care of mowing the lawn and I’m only half way through.
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Re: Mponr

Post by bachus » Apr 28th, '18, 18:29

Did not get a chance to take many shots - too busy . . but approaching LWYC Saturday morning approx 11am - a long lens used.

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Other pre race photos here (all full size including the above full size):

https://flic.kr/s/aHsmiyGbX7


Edit: reduced the picture size
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Re: Mponr

Post by pdandy » Apr 28th, '18, 18:35

Wanton wrote:

PS: There is a spectacular night photo in that post. Would anyone know who took it please? I would like to acknowledge the photographer.
Guilty.

The rest of my public mponr photos are here

https://www.flickr.com/photos/139200386 ... 869727087/
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Re: Mponr

Post by Wanton » Apr 28th, '18, 20:15

pdandy wrote:
Wanton wrote:

PS: There is a spectacular night photo in that post. Would anyone know who took it please? I would like to acknowledge the photographer.
Guilty.

The rest of my public mponr photos are here

https://www.flickr.com/photos/139200386 ... 869727087/
Thank you Paul. It is a fantastic photograph. I have acknowledged you as the photographer.
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Re: Mponr

Post by zebedee » Apr 29th, '18, 02:12

bachus wrote:Did not get a chance to take many shots - too busy . . but approaching LWYC Saturday morning approx 11am - a long lens used.
I need a very wide angle screen to see your long lens photo!

Any chance you could perhaps shrink it a wee bit?
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Re: Mponr

Post by bachus » Apr 29th, '18, 10:43

zebedee wrote:
bachus wrote:Did not get a chance to take many shots - too busy . . but approaching LWYC Saturday morning approx 11am - a long lens used.
I need a very wide angle screen to see your long lens photo!

Any chance you could perhaps shrink it a wee bit?
Interesting . . . yes native size is 6000 x 4000 but my browser shrinks it automagically so I did not think anything of it. Yes I will reduce and update the post.
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