Old 06-22-2009, 07:45 AM   #1
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Cool Dave nets Triple Crown

I gotta tell somebody!

I got on top/most viewed list on each of 3 consecutive days.

I guess there is a need for MOW shots on RP, all 3 were MOW.

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Old 06-22-2009, 12:59 PM   #2
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Nice MoW shots.

I'm shooting for a most viewed myself right now - no MoW involved though. I took the more traditional approach of [clever compositional idea from another photographer] + [bikini's]
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Old 06-22-2009, 01:05 PM   #3
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Calm down there, buddy, you might hurt yourself.

I love the manual defect detector.
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Nice MoW shots.

I'm shooting for a most viewed myself right now - no MoW involved though. I took the more traditional approach of [clever compositional idea from another photographer] + [bikini's]
Yeah ............... we've noticed! hahahaha It's more like "high maintenance" hahahahaha

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Old 06-22-2009, 10:47 PM   #5
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The popularity of your photos comes from the fact you have a very good eye for interesting shots.

Well done!
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My sister would get pretty weirded out if I asked her to pose in a bikini, ugh... I just got chills running down my back.
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My sister would get pretty weirded out if I asked her to pose in a bikini, ugh... I just got chills running down my back.
My wife suggested it and my sister went along it... I wasn't going to stop them
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Glad to see your sister was wearing a PFD. Safety first!
BTW, you are pretty brave taking your camera out in a canoe. They are known to tip.
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As a movie camera assistant, I once had to change the film magazine on a $300,000 Panavision Panaflex in the middle of a lake in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Not only that, I was in one canoe, the camera in the other!
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As a movie camera assistant, I once had to change the film magazine on a $300,000 Panavision Panaflex in the middle of a lake in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Not only that, I was in one canoe, the camera in the other!
And it was snowing, and you had to paddle uphill both ways ...
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And it was snowing, and you had to paddle uphill both ways ...
You insolent young whipper-snapper...! I get you when I find my cane... It's around here somewhere...
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You insolent young whipper-snapper...! I get you when I find my cane... It's around here somewhere...
A cane duel! Cool, let me lube up my wheelchair and we are good to go.
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On a more serious note, congrats Dave! I remember seeing your work on another website a few years ago, nice to see you found another place to post your excellent photography.
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On a more serious note, congrats Dave! I remember seeing your work on another website a few years ago, nice to see you found another place to post your excellent photography.

I remember Dave as well; he was a major poster on the Railroad Forums website for a while.
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On a more serious note, congrats Dave! I remember seeing your work on another website a few years ago, nice to see you found another place to post your excellent photography.
Thanks! As an aside, when I moved on I started my own website and invited a few friends along. That was 3 years ago ........... we're up to over 350 pages so far.

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I remember Dave as well; he was a major poster on the Railroad Forums website for a while.
Thanks. and Thanks again for sending some of your pix along for my website.

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