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@Brew  that picture is staggeringly good.....

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Just got back from QMC again........the last eight days have been a bit Traumatic to say the least,,...blood tests,,X-rays,,and today a visit to a Consultant........cut a long story short......problem

Result........CT Scans all clear......just got letter..been sweating for a fortnight......

Two years ago today..........my life changed forever,,,about this time i was on my way down to the operating theatre for what turned out to be a ten hour operation...........its been life changing in

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But what's all the other images that follow underneath it?

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Lets, that looks a serious bit of kit you inherited. Not one to put in your pocket, but one for specialist photography. Had a look at the your link which was interesting. I possess a Pentax, but certainly not that one.

Think mine is only 6mp.

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20 minutes ago, Beekay said:

But what's all the other images that follow underneath it?

 

Just some cartoons I draw for young Max (7yrs old)

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Din't mean them Brew, but when I scrolled down below your picture there were loads of Imgur images that all seemed American stuff. Maybe it's just on my tablet. Lovely picture by the way. Perhaps it's time I posted some more.

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Don't know BK, can't see them.

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26 minutes ago, Beekay said:

Lets, that looks a serious bit of kit you inherited. Not one to put in your pocket, but one for specialist photography. Had a look at the your link which was interesting. I possess a Pentax, but certainly not that one.

Think mine is only 6mp.

This is of course film as in chemical photography. Sadly it’s gone down in value as digital is king but it’s still collectible and useable if you wanted.

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I would still like to use film. I've got quite a bit of 35mm in my freezer, but not sure where you can take them for d&p. There used to be loads of ads in the photography magazines, but it's been a while since I bought one. Used to like 'Practical Photography and 'What Camera Weekly'.

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2 hours ago, MargieH said:

@Brew  that picture is staggeringly good.....

Thanks for the compliment Margie but it's OK...   ish there are several mistakes...

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Thanks Rob.L, much obliged. I assume you get your negatives back and if on a flash stick I could print them at home. I also have a device for copying images from negatives and slides, (not sure what you call it).

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A scanner I think Beekay.

 

I think quite a few of the Pinkfishmedia photo guys who still use film..do their own processing.

 

There are some very decent snappers on there.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Brew said:

Thanks for the compliment Margie but it's OK...   ish there are several mistakes...

 

Much better than owt I cud do Jim...  Teks me all me time ter draw breath..

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This morning I realised just how well I have felt since the heart attack. This was when logging the results from my morning hour on the indoor rowing machine and bike. I have been making incremental increases in pace and duration and paying more attention to the warm ups and warm downs. Also made slight changes to diet.

Just looked through the exercise log for this year and some of the notes made each day.

Without going into detail it would seem that exercise alone is not going to stop heart attacks unless (hopefully) accompanied by a careful diet and lighter drinking.

I rowed 851km in January and weighed 83kg - a reduction of 2kg from Jan 1st. Only rowed 54km since HA but now 80kg.

For some months I had assumed that my HRM or the machine was on the blink due to my heart rate reducing instead of rising  with increased effort. This was accompanied by headaches and a feeling of no energy. I know now that it was due to the clogged artery. Certainly learnt a lot this year.

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....Bought this from a towpath artist, (Robert Brown 1992).

 

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I thought summer was on its way and decided to make a detour. We had a lot of rain and was icy cold then it turned warmer and everyone was saying that this was warmer temperatures than normal. Its still warm but very windy. Unusual as we dont have a lot of windy weather, maybe for a couple of days but thats all. Now its blowing everything away. We have 3 solar globes In the courtyard as well as smaller ones stuck in the soil in the flower beds, all of them have moved. Daren't put any washing out. According to weather forcast its going to be hotter with lashing rain. Think we'll have to wait for a swim and sunbathe.

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You think you have it bad Nonna we went from 31 degees down to -4 degrees in 24 hours with strong north winds and snow and freezing rain had to cover shrubs and flowers in the garden and take all the flower pots into the shed. The daffodils which bloom here late after surviving -50 temps inthe winter have just finished its suppose to warm up next week take care.

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Cheer him up why dontcha ! Mind you, if it's any consolation, the weather's crap dahn sarf too.

 

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Mornings at Skeg seem to be drier than the afternoons in the coming week... but forecasts do change don’t they.

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They do but weather forecasting is a much more accurate science than it used to be and short term forecasts are normally fairly accurate. Having studied meteorology for my pilot exams I’ve always taken a keen interest in the weather. I have a barograph, both mercury and aneroid barometers and an anemometer and wind vane on the stable roof. I also have a piece of seaweed and a little man and woman who pop in and out of a house. I still find that the best forecast is obtained by looking out of the window though! The app. I use is XC Weather which is a compilation from weather stations around the country and gives a seven day forecast. There is a heatwave to come shortly so rumour has it!

 

 

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A friend of mine has hung a sign in her bathroom:

 

DISAFFECTED TEENAGERS!

 

FED UP OF BEING HARASSED BY YOUR PARENTS?
TIRED OF THEIR CONSTANT NAGGING?

 

ACT NOW!

 

LEAVE HOME!

GET A JOB!
PAY YOUR OWN WAY!

 

WHILE YOU STILL KNOW EVERYTHING! :wacko:

 

 

Wonder if it will have any effect?

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