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Old 19 November 2004, 06:31   #1
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Photos in RIB International

If anyones interested and didn't read any of the banter in some of other the threads...

I have 4 pics in the latest (well 5 if you count the incy wincy one in on the contents page) edition of RIB International. Pages 30 and 32 of the Cowes classic and on page 44 (pic of seahound).

My mum is very proud
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Well done Tim. The pics are great - hadn't spotted the one of Seahound before - very cool photo. Hope you got the business side of things sorted!
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Old 19 November 2004, 06:43   #3
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Thanks Louise!

Just been on the phone to Hugo and its all sorted. I wanted to try and take some pics of boat test around this area, but they already have a photogrpaher based in Lymington.

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Great Idea

Nice pics Tim, if your looking for photogenic opportunities your always welcome to come south and photo the sub 5 gang (and its many hangers on) at some point on one of our regular jaunts out, this way we might get some decent pics rather than the normal out of focus drool provided by TD5

Hey theres an idea...why not write an article about cruising on the Thames Estuary with the Ribnet kent and Essex sub 5 metre gang, Lord D can consult on the native bird species in Essex and kent, the best places to shoot them and supply recipe suggestions, TD5 can point out all the local speed restrictions and mooring sites as he's fast becoming an expert and if you need a touch of glamour we can invite Louise down for the day/weekend if Rich B will let her out for the weekend.
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and if you need a touch of glamour we can invite Louise down for the day/weekend if Rich B will let her out for the weekend.
Well thanks Bilge - never considered myself to be 'glamorous'! Think I better look away when Tim's pointing the camera - wouldn't want to break his expensive toy!

I would be honoured to join the Kent & Essex Sub-5m Gang on a cruise. Think I better bring Richard B along too, though - I've been reading the posts about bird-hunting and I'm a bit scared of Lord D.

See you soon then guys!

Edit: just thought of the 'other' definition of 'glamour' in connection with photography! You do NOT want to see me in anything less than full set of waterproofs, wellies and Gecko! Trust me!
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Has Whitstable moved

You don't get much further south than Tim

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Scary we are Sarf not South....silly man

Louise dont be worried his Lordship would be on his best behaviour if you and tricky B come down for the weekends photo shoot, in fact he'd be completely thrilled that there's another Gekko wearer along as he gets a little intimidated being the only Geeko in Essex

Bradwell on mud or Hernia bay arnt the most glamourous of locations for a photo shoot, we dont have historic Cowes or Yarmouth or the Royal Navy hanging about in our back yard, but we do have the ww2 sea forts and the mulberry harbour at Southend on sea, the ww2 ammunition ship the USS Richard Montgomery and by next summer Whitstable will have a working wind farm to have a closer look at. The medway is full of navy history with the dockyards at chattam and the Russia submarine, plus Rochester castle viewed from the river, the isle of sheppy is where kent keeps most of its criminals, single parent families and Pikkies these days, worth a wave at the jeering youths panel stripping stolen cars as we power past through on our way into the swale and then onto the Historic harbour of Whistable for lunch at the famous Oyster house, or one of the numerous harbour side fish resturants, keep a close eye out for television stars as Bruce Forsyth, Suggs, Janet Street porter and Sir bob geldoff live in the area, and i live three doors along from Grant out of east enders no less
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