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02-03-2014, 01:56 PM - 1 Like   #16
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Is the lack of sunshine why no one can get a decent picture of the Loch Ness monster
No I'm afraid it's more to do with the consumption rates of our local whisky here in the Highlands.

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I, for one, am tired of seeing grainy, foggy pictures that might be a neck or a flipper. Maybe
Come on give us a break, it's hard enough just standing and pointing the camera in the right direction...
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Come on give us a break, it's hard enough just standing and pointing the camera in the right direction...
Well, if the whiskey soused denizens of Scotland are unable to remain vertical, maybe we could get somebody to set up a tripod?
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maybe we could get somebody to set up a tripod?
Is that an offer.

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Not if it requires travel to a climate that gets snow, ice or requires more than one layer of clothing!
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a climate that gets snow, ice or requires more than one layer of clothing
I'm thinking that could rule out Scotland in the summertime, let alone in the winter.
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I have been lax in replying here. Thanks, guys! I will no longer fear the high shutter speeds, except when I have something like fan blades or whatever I am trying to capture.
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It might be warmer and maybe, maybe more light to shoot a chupacobra.... That hairless dog-coyote animal in Texas and Mexico, pretty sure that sightings at least involve whiskey.

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