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    Quote Originally Posted by Shewie View Post
    This is my current one although I think I'm due a change anytime soon.

    It was from a canoeing trip on Loch Sween, a sea loch on the west coast of Scotland.

    Put my camera on timer on my barrel and went and stood looking out to the sunrise ....

    This is an amazing photo. I absolutely love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugman0914 View Post
    I love that bike!
    Me too! Talk about expense though...setting up an F800GS just the way you like is painful to the budget. Makes hammock stuff pale in comparison and when the two are combined, the bride is not pleased.

    Wonder if I could get a rack to fit a canoe like Red's (dang Red she's purdy!)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redoleary View Post
    If this isn't exactly my avatar its close enough. It took a lot of trys to get it. It was pitch black out and I was "painting" the canoe, tree, grass etc with a flash light.
    I thought this was a desktop sculpture. You're saying this is a full-sized canoe and a real tree? That's awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shewie View Post
    This is my current one although I think I'm due a change anytime soon.

    It was from a canoeing trip on Loch Sween, a sea loch on the west coast of Scotland.

    Put my camera on timer on my barrel and went and stood looking out to the sunrise ....


    Beautiful shot. I really like those clouds on the horizon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trooper View Post
    I thought this was a desktop sculpture. You're saying this is a full-sized canoe and a real tree? That's awesome.
    Thanx Trooper, Yep all real stuff. Just set like a 30 sec. shutter speed and got busy light'n stuff up with the flash light. It was a lot of fun.
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    My avatar is from Moab, UT just south of Arches National Park. This was a repel off of a 100' arch.
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    **** MuseJr, thats no joke. Very cool.
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    Red,
    yeah I too thought that your current avatar was one of a bonsai tree...but now I can see that it is entirely different. I was only wondering why you didn't bring that beeeeeautiful canoe up to the Manistee River last weekend for an adventureous run down the record low water.

    Paul I wish I knew how you guys were blowing those avatars up and posting them for others to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuseJr View Post
    My avatar is from Moab, UT just south of Arches National Park. This was a repel off of a 100' arch.
    Wow, very cool MuseJr! I didn't know that was legal! I suppose some arches are more protected than others, perhaps. I think that would be an awesome experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redoleary View Post
    **** MuseJr, thats no joke. Very cool.
    I almost crawled out to the edge. Walking on a 6' wide arch with nothing on either side puts a little fear in you.

    Quote Originally Posted by dejoha View Post
    Wow, very cool MuseJr! I didn't know that was legal! I suppose some arches are more protected than others, perhaps. I think that would be an awesome experience.
    Arches National Park is pics only. If you are messing around in the park, prepare to pay. We went south of the park and hiked in to the arch. It's worth the time.

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