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  1. #12521
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    Great shot ANP! Love the sky...looks so peaceful and serene.
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    Grrr, daughters that don't stand in a good spot for photography when on stage
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    Quote Originally Posted by iiaGavin View Post
    Down by the lake one morning. Anyone think I oversharpened it?
    Yep, I'd lose all the sharpening personally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Grrr, daughters that don't stand in a good spot for photography when on stage
    Wait till they become daughters who duck their heads every time they see you with a camera in hand.

  5. #12525
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    Why do Cricket players wear pads? That's a 5.5oz (156gm) leather covered cork filled ball hitting his patella at around 50mph (80kph). For those in the know he survived the LBW appeal.


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    Nice timing K1W1. Not as easy as it looks to get a ball in frame.
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  7. #12527
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    I'm getting better. :-)

    Last edited by K1W1; 12-12-2009 at 01:45 AM.

  8. #12528
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    sharp as a tack...as usual.
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  9. #12529
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    I'm getting better. :-)

    They do look great Rich, timing, framing nice work.
    Thought the ball was heavier, a baseball is 5 oz.
    Starting to see more and more wear some type of
    protective gear.
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    Yeah, OH&S gone crazy I guess. Tim is wearing the pads, helmet and gloves but he also has an "anatomical protector" on plus a thigh pad under his trousers on his right (forward) thigh. Some batters also wear another thigh pad on the inside (forward facing) side of their rear leg plus a chest protector and a guard on their forward forearm. Once you get to senior levels that ball can be coming at you from 22 yards away at 90mph+.
    Now when I was playing Cricket it was pads, gloves and maybe a protector. the odd kid got a whack on the head or a broken forearm but that was what happened when you played sport.

    BTW. Not only did I get some good ball on bat shots today but I also made the bat disappear without Photoshop. :-)

    Last edited by K1W1; 12-12-2009 at 03:31 AM.

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