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    gf beranek replied to a thread Tenkara in The Rec Room
    Yeah, it's about catching.
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    That's cool. I like the spider
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    gf beranek replied to a thread Tenkara in The Rec Room
    That wont work on the big rivers, but creeks no problems. Roll cast is the fundamental technique.
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    2 Days Ago
    That sounds logical.
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    Ring light in the reflection?
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    That pic raises a vital question. Why isn't the saw tethered?
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    It's amazing the resolution power of the digital camera. I started shooting 35mm in the 1960's. But film was so expensive I could never reach the point of creativity I dreamed of. Now with digital I can, as well everybody. It's so cool
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    A rendezvous with Stig-aroo.
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    Nice vid, Reg. Yeah I like the quite, too. With new tech and better batteries coming all the time it's just going to keep getting better.
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    I take lots of pics of plants. All Macro work. I notice some of your shots are in the realm of Micro-photography. Depth of field can be a problem there, unless you do focus stacking. There's times I'd like to shoot smaller things but I really don't have the lens for it, or much need. Apertures f 16-22 usually. For true macro it keeps the subject sharp and blurs the background. I'm compiling a list of native flora, close to 2,000 species photographed, and as many pages of descriptions. It keeps me pretty busy going places to find the plants, and when I get home I catalog the pics and work on writing the descriptions. Been earnestly on the project for 3 years now, going on 4. I think I can see the light. I'll skip on the botanical names Bristly Ox Tongue Sand Aster Pussy Paws Knap Thistle Hop Clover Brodia California Stream Orchid Milk Maid Mini Forgetmenot the scorpiod is about penny size
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    1 Week Ago
    That was fast. Now send me your address and I'll send you a book.
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    how do you unload it?
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    I was envisioning face cord sized boxes you could pick up with a forklift. no stacking in the box. fill the boxes as you split. no stacking. the boxes would stack though the boxes would have hinges and you dump them into a dump bed and deliver. it would be some overhead and investment to construct the boxes but you would only touch wood with a forklift.
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    1 Week Ago
    No kidding.
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    Cool. I talked to Finley on the phone a couple a times. Sharp and full of wit. Glad I had the chance before he passed.
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    I haven't havn't noticed any Maple decline here.
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    Nice job, Mario. That's a tough red to get the light just right on. If it's the one I'm thinking of, anyway. Along the Prairie Creek Trail. There was a broken limb hanging down obscuring the view of the tree. and the back light on the creek side of the tree was always a major distraction.
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    There's something about rolling grasslands and Oak habitat that has always struck my fancy. Just before the fires broke out Terri and I took a ride to Stonyford and Antelope Valley, and along the way we took the Leesville Road. They had just finished paving the Leesville road, first time ever, and we never seen another vehicle the whole time. The geology of the area is facinating.
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    1 Week Ago
    Great!
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