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    Colin North, the one and only Guest

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    My wife, Sue, a member here, is building a new website. There is a lot of stuff from her old website on it now, plus some new stuff. Please feel free to have a look if you have a few minutes to spare. It is mostly wildlife things but not exclusively.

    www.suenorth.picturebook.org.uk

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    Colin I can,t see any fish on your wifes site. Does she not like fish.

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    Colin North, the one and only Guest

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    Sure she does Jimmy, but carrying half a ton of tackle and half a ton of camera gear gets a bit much for her. She does have a small digi camera, but all the quality stuff is done with a Nikon Digital SLR and various lenses.

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    no guitars or Nikon cameras either[img]/forum/smilies/smile_smiley.gif[/img]
    Ageing rock guitar hero

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    You should have a word with the Monk, He,s into all cameras, He,s a real photo man?

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    Speak of him and he appears

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    Colin North, the one and only Guest

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    This is my outfit. You can see why I wouldn't want to carry this and my fishing gear!!!!!

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    wow Lieca scope, proper gear Collin

    Ageing rock guitar hero

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    would'nt want to drop that in the river.

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    Colin North, the one and only Guest

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    Only the best mate. I also have D200, D70, F5 and Mamiya 6 rangefinder as well as the Coolpix 4500 on the scope. The geared head weighs a ton, but unlike some ofthe twist and lock sort of heads that you get, this one stays exactly where you put it.

    This picture was taken as part of a presentation I did on comparing side by side, digiscoped images, with an images of the same scenes taken by Sue with her longest telephoto lens.

    Like yourself, Sue is aching to get her hands on the D300

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