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    Default 30 year old sequoia

    4ft DbH. They grow fast. quick vid from yesterday

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    Smooth. I like seeing the cuts you make. Opening shot of your setup is nice.

    What is the over the shoulder gear bag? What do you keep in that?
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    A spot of tea, mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantheraba View Post
    Smooth. I like seeing the cuts you make. Opening shot of your setup is nice.

    What is the over the shoulder gear bag? What do you keep in that?
    The camera
    Thanks

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    Nice B&W video and the color transition at the end was reminiscent of Wizard of Oz. Neat effect. All that orange at the end likely made a couple of folks' day here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GP View Post
    Nice B&W video and the color transition at the end was reminiscent of Wizard of Oz. Neat effect. All that orange at the end likely made a couple of folks' day here...
    Rain kept hitting the lens. But seems less distracting in black and white, or grey. Grey captured the mood on that job too.

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    I hesitate to show this... flushcut, come back from the tattoo parlor!
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    Great video, great sound track, as always, Reg. Thanks for taking the time and trouble to shoot, edit and post it. Amazing trees, too bad they were not put in a spot where they could be left alone to grow as big as conditions might allow.

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    Wow that vid was on another level.

    Too short for us hardcore fans.

    30 y o? Geez we need Sequoias to battle the fiber shortage!
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