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Exmouth Orchid Show May 7th. 2005 FZ20
16. Exmouth Orchid Show May 7th. 2005 FZ20  (April 25, 2005)
All pictures taken with the Panasonic FZ20 and FZ5 at the Exmouth Devon UK. Orchid Show on Sunday 7th. May 2005 at the Elizebeth Hall on the Sea Front.  All pictures straight from the camera in poor lighting conditions. No Post processing. A tribute Panasonics Optical Stabilizer for hand held shots.

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Finally Perfection with Robin
17. Finally Perfection with Robin  (April 25, 2005)
These pictures taken with the remarkable Panasonic FZ20. Camera held in the right hand. Finally I got the shots I was looking for! Thank you for looking. Comments welcome.
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Robin Redbrest
18. Robin Redbrest  (April 21, 2005)
A few shots taken with the Panasonic FZ20
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Robin  taken with the D1X
19. Robin  taken with the D1X  (April 21, 2005)
A number of pictures of Robin in the garden
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Robin by the hand
20. Robin by the hand  (April 25, 2005)
Robin pictures take with the Panasonic FZ20 in the garden. It took a while to persuade her. But who could blame her wanting to try a tasty morsel!
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Garden Close Ups
21. Garden Close Ups  (April 25, 2005)
A few closeup pictures take with the Panasonic FZ20. Untouched and straight from the camera.
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Kitesurfing Exmouth 19th Oct. 2014
22. Kitesurfing Exmouth 19th Oct. 2014  (Sunday 19th. Oct. 2014)
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23. Hummingbirds  (July 11, 2014)
If any photographers have any advice for me, please share...How do you shoot hummingbirds? Do you set up lights so you don't have to use flash?
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Wood Cart
24. Wood Cart 
Here's an album on how I rebuilt my little woodcart to stand up to the weight it hauls. Put about a 1/4 of a cord on it at a time  so it can be around 1000 lbs.
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Wood Gathering, hauling and such
25. Wood Gathering, hauling and such 
This is just a place to store pics of the wood gathering. Whether it be cutting, splitting, chipping, hauling ,loading, oddities or what have you.
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26. horizstackff4dblanglerefl+HHH  (17 Oct 2014)
Horiz-Stack FF4 + DoubleAngleRefl + HHH
UHF+Hi-VHF HFF8, a Horizontal Stack of 2 ea Free-Form 4-Bays (FF4) with Double Angle Reflectors
(each 48" H x 36" W using 2x2-in Grid) and HHH (Hollands Horizontal Harness) were analyzed using 4nec2.
Essentially all Dimensions were determined using nikiml's Python Optimization Scripts.

Performance was slightly "Better" at THREE notable Stacking Distances:
34.821-inches (NO GAP, Continuous Reflector), 35-inches (Metal-to-Metal about 1/4-inch)
and 51-inches, which are analyzed below.
There were notable Stacking Distances further out, but none were particularly "Better".

Although the differences are only a few tenths of a dB, Stack Distance = 51-inches was just
a bit "Better", esp. Hi-VHF, than at 35-inches.  The wider Separation may also be slightly
"Better" at combating Multipath Fading due to the reduction in Statistical Correlation
between the two Antenna signals.  The "NO GAP between Reflector" alternative was slightly worse.

a) Horizontal Stacking Distance (4-Bay Center-to-Center) = 34.821 inches (NO GAP between Reflectors).


b) Horizontal Stacking Distance (4-Bay Center-to-Center) = 35-inches (0.18-in GAP between Reflectors).

c) Horizontal Stacking Distance (4-Bay Center-to-Center) = 51-inches (16.18-in GAP between Reflectors).
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Storm Lake Pass-Goat Flat Hike
27. Storm Lake Pass-Goat Flat Hike  (October 17, 2014)
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Storm Lake-2014
28. Storm Lake-2014  (Sept 04, 2014)
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29. Browning Hall 
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30. Terry Cove 
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