Old 12-28-2009, 12:05 AM   #1
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Default Horizon unlevel help please

Hi everyone all the best for the christmas new year period all a great 2010.Can i please have your input on this horizon unlevel reject also any other problems you see.Thanks Mark.
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Old 12-28-2009, 12:13 AM   #2
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Mark,

If that's actually how steep the grade is, it's gotta be one of the steepest in the world. They have to use helpers on that, right? But seriously, looks like it needs at least 1 degree CCW rotation, if not more. Love the marks in the dirt in the foreground.

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Thanks Chris it is about 1 in 50 just couldn't see it will try rotation.Mark.
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Looks like levelled ok.Now bad cropping any suggestions or let it go? Thanks Mark.
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Too much space in front of the train. Cut that bush at right in half and cut from the bottom as well, almost up to the dark marks in the dirt.

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Thanks Chris looks like it is still not right will keep for p/c.Mark.
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I'm surprised they didn't get your for obstructing foreground object.
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That was probably the next one the wires are small but still there.And this one has reached my self imposed three strike limit.In the last week we have had three days of heavy rain so the dusty air will now be clear and this paddock should have some growth,further west are having to put up with floods.Mark.
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