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Old 24 February 2008, 07:01   #141
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One of my wake last Wednesday (leaving Stanley harbour), and one of the slightly smaller wake left by the folks who were with me
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Old 24 February 2008, 12:05   #142
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Stephen - have your toobs faded to yellow - or is it just a camera colour balance thing?
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Old 25 February 2008, 05:40   #144
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Stephen - have your toobs faded to yellow - or is it just a camera colour balance thing?
Colour balance. The colour in the actual wake shot is about what they are to the eye, I think the other was a little overexposed due to the relatively dark background.
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Wakeshot

Take last Monday heading for Holy Loch Marina
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On a somewhat smaller scale:-)

Just found this pic taken last season on loch awe - courtesy of my 1978 yamaha 40 complete with home made A frame!
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Looks a bit grim out Russell, BTW how are you supposed to get a fish supper up your way now ?
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Looks a bit grim out Russell, BTW how are you supposed to get a fish supper up your way now ?
I'm optimistic that the good burghers of Cumbrae and/or Largs will come up with the goodies this weekend. (He said, deliberately missing the point )

If not, we'll just have to chase something down in the Clyde. (As long as we're outside of The Bay, that is ).

Flipper kebab, anyone?
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Stately as a galleon...

...95 metres, 5000 tonnes and 14 knots.

Some days the long commute to work can be so trying. But not yesterday
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