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Greg the center fold guy

Postby Splitpin » Sun Dec 01, 2019 7:08 pm

Great banner ..... Greg, you don't age ...what, or what dont you eat ...I need to know :)
So nice to see the nonflying side of the forum ...not knocking the pilots of course.
Great shots Greg ...you clever bugger :rockon:
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Re: Greg the center fold guy

Postby Fozzer » Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:01 am

Good for you Greg!

My part of "photography" involves video recording my Motorcycle rides with my various "Action Cameras".

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp5lKG ... 9JA/videos

Its lots of fun, to share with a grand selection of folks in; "YouTube"!

It's also a record of my activity, for all my family, long after I am gone!

Take care all, ...and keep taking pictures!

https://www.campark.net/collections/act ... 0081159238

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Re: Greg the center fold guy

Postby Aharon » Thu Dec 05, 2019 3:05 pm

Fozzer,

Great photo and that is impressive camouflaged lenses!!! See any puffins in England??

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Re: Greg the center fold guy

Postby scaber » Thu Dec 05, 2019 5:15 pm

Thanks for the interest guys, I really do appreciate it! If you really really want more you can see them on my Facebook page - but you will have to be logged in to Facebook :-(

Greg's Facebook Page

Anyway, it's all good fun for an old fart like me, and these feathered friends hardly ever cause me any grief!! :-)
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Re: Greg the center fold guy

Postby Aharon » Fri Dec 06, 2019 5:05 am

Just saw your FB wall and that is lots of impressive photos of birds!! Not easy to capture small birds in motion action. I cannot even capture simple photo of a car or a running person in motion action!!

Yikes you did not tell us you broke your arm in motorcycle accident!! Wishing you speedy and comfy recovery!!!!!

Since you have one healthy arm, I think you can fly on flightsimming :D :D :D

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Re: Greg the center fold guy

Postby jpreou » Fri Dec 06, 2019 7:26 am

Fozzer wrote:Its lots of fun, to share with a grand selection of folks in; "YouTube"!
It's also a record of my activity, for all my family, long after I am gone!


I do the same thing, although my motorcycling days are long behind me and before I really had an GoPro. I have got some of my microlight flying and more recently paragliding. I even managed to upload a couple of older heli hovering and skydiving videos ... like you, it is all there for family dotted around the globe ... very useful :)
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Re: Greg the center fold guy

Postby scaber » Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:06 am

Aharon wrote:Just saw your FB wall and that is lots of impressive photos of birds!! Not easy to capture small birds in motion action. I cannot even capture simple photo of a car or a running person in motion action!!

Yikes you did not tell us you broke your arm in motorcycle accident!! Wishing you speedy and comfy recovery!!!!!

Since you have one healthy arm, I think you can fly on flightsimming :D :D :D

Regards,

Aharon



Thanks Aaron, it was actually a Mountain Biking accident - the bike stopped and laid down on the track, but I kept going ... Yes, I can fly the Flight Sim now but the 1st week i couldn't lift my arm up to control the throttle!! :-(

Thanks for the nice feedback re my FB page :-)
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