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Old 07-02-2018, 09:52 PM   #1
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Where I spent Friday and Saturday nights - Lake Sumner, New Mexico. Sunrise, Sunday morning.

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AWESOME!.....did you make it to billy the kids grave?
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AWESOME!.....did you make it to billy the kids grave?
Not this trip. I've seen it before, though and I'm sure he's still there.
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Used to go there a lot when I was a kid. Is it pretty low?
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It was just a little bit low, judging from water marks on the rocks. I'm surprised it wasn't lower for this time of year.

I'm still learning my Gopro camera - here is the camp site. I'm using an ND4 filter lens.

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Nice photo. Why did you use the neutral density filter?

I usually use ND only when it's very bright outside. I'm considering purchasing a variable neutral density filter. They are a little more than a standard ND, usually around $120 for a good brand.

BTW, how is your wife doing. Is she pretty much healed up?
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I don't know much about photography, at all.

The ND filter was part of a set my wife got me for Christmas. I don't know much about what kind of filter does what, or why. Pretty much just winging it in the dark. I was playing the the ND4 because it looked like the other, higher numbers might have been too dark for the time of day.

Wife's face is healed up, but she's in constant pain from her back and neck. Docs say the neck pain is most likely still from the wreck - she has a disc that keeps slipping out and pressing on the nerves, sending her into terrible headaches. If they fuse her neck, she'll never have normal movement in it, again. We are trying other things to strengthen the muscles and hopefully prevent a bone fusion.
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It was just a little bit low, judging from water marks on the rocks. I'm surprised it wasn't lower for this time of year.

I'm still learning my Gopro camera - here is the camp site. I'm using an ND4 filter lens.

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Very nice Sanders...Sounds and looks peaceful.
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