Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: West Virginia
Hammock: WBBB, D.I.Y. KSSH
Insulation: H.G. & Warbonnet
Suspension: Whoopies & Dutch
@hcho, Thank you.
@Cookie, your welcome, & thank you for the kind words.
@maztrain, always another day brudda. Would also like to thank you for the great videos you have posted in the past. Your the reason I started shooting video instead of just doing stills in the first place. If anyone doesn't already know, maztrain puts out some fantastic videos of trails around us here in WV. If you like mine, you'll love maztrain's & firfly's. Their dog MoMo adds to it.
@Bubba, thanks bubba. Your right, small get together hangs is what I like. It's not that I'm antisocial, I just feel more comfortable being a solo hiker over the years.
@ferret, glad I can help. One of my favs is The Tallest Man on Earth.
@Pipsissewa, yes they do, the stuff was everywhere, made the fall woods a little more colorful. I have no idea on the names of this stuff until Oh-No edumacates me, but I love taking close ups of the details. The turkey feather stuff was amazing, that one rotten log had three different colors on it, very cool indeed. In the last still shot of them we used a beech leaf to diffuse the flash. It made a nice warm glow. No professional, just getting into it & actually only my second attempt of a hike. The first was very shaky, then I figured out some of the camera setting. Thanks for the kind words.
Thanks again all. See you on the trail.
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Deville, La.
Hammock: GrizzBridge Rhino
Tarp: Speer Winter Tarp
Insulation: HammockGear TQ/UQ
Suspension: Whoopie Slings
Enjoyed the video. Thanks.
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