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A great set Mark.
I enjoy steam and were pleased to see K153.
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And thanks for the interesting link, Barrie.

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Only just caught up with this dare devil stunt. Impressive stuff Mark how did you get on top of the Mazda without denting it? My old Mazda had really thin panels!
Well worth it though, super shots.
Too easy, Phill. A guy who can walk on water and catch fish for the multitudes won't leave a Mark on a Mazda.

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I did not know Mazda made tripods. Thanks for showing these Mark.
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Not just any old tripod but a self propelling, gear storing and mobile hide all in one!
You got it, Tim!
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Re: The Goldfields Railway

Superb shots of the train on the trestles, well worth the effort of climbing on the car. Sandra's picture of you, though, was the real money shot. I like the two "murder" characters; you should have got them to pose - him tying her to the railway line. Or, in this age of equality, her tying him to the track!
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... you should have got them to pose - him tying her to the railway line. Or, in this age of equality, her tying him to the track!
Great, thanks! Now Iíve got that damn tune from the silent movies where just this thing happens, playing over and over in my head!!
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Re: The Goldfields Railway

Mark I'd have thought with powers like that you'd have floated up and wouldn't have needed the Mazda
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Mark I'd have thought with powers like that you'd have floated up and wouldn't have needed the Mazda
To be fair, heís in Australia so itís probably upside down in as much as he walks on fish and catches water.
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Well done. I really like #2.
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Superb shots of the train on the trestles, well worth the effort of climbing on the car. Sandra's picture of you, though, was the real money shot. I like the two "murder" characters; you should have got them to pose - him tying her to the railway line. Or, in this age of equality, her tying him to the track!
I agree, Sandra's shot was on the money; why ever did I spend all that dosh on OMDs!
I doubt the pro would have been too keen to loan me his models ... more likely he would have tied me to the track and told the driver to go full steam ahead.

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Well done. I really like #2.
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Great, thanks! Now I’ve got that damn tune from the silent movies where just this thing happens, playing over and over in my head!!
Sounds like you're having a Chaplin, or Abbott & Costello moment there Tim.

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Mark I'd have thought with powers like that you'd have floated up and wouldn't have needed the Mazda
Quite so Phill, sometimes I do rise to the occasion.
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