Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by jimmybeersa, Feb 23, 2004.
Thought you all might like to see the house behind the lighthouse which I have just finished
From the other side
Following in Robins footsteps a night scene
Looks good!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Nice job. Looking good!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
I love it Jimmy. Looks so cosy with the smoke coming out of the chimney. A beautiful model
"Cozy" is RIGHT!!
Really nicely done, Jimmy! :thumb:
Jimmy you have to stop drinking while taking your pictures it makes your hand a little shaaaaky. Real nice work though.Pat
Wow! That's very nice stuff, Jim! :thumb: :thumb:
Great picture! I think the little bit of camera vibration adds a perfect mood to this scene!
Pat.... the only thing I am guilty of is lazyness....too lazy to set the tripod up Looks like my age is catching up with me
Jimmy just blame it on the beer MRR don't get old they just get better.
Here I thought it was because of the vibration in the Cessna you
were flying by the lighthouse.
Pat.......I used to drink for the First Team ...Senior League but no more
Ken it wer'nt a Cessna it was a Harvard
That you Jimmy?
Beer STOPS the shakes
Blame the coffee, beer gets a bum rap in life :cry:
beer gooooood coffee bad!!!!!!!
Yup...thats me on my 70th birthday... my kids paid for me to do some arial acrobatics....Greatest thrill !!! flying up side down
My wifes being giving me blazes for drinking to much coffee...I just cant win...no beer no coffee, no you no what... buts life still good,must be the model railroading :thumb:
Even got a pic in the cockpit.
Hmmm... A Harvard... Have to ask a friend about those.
He is a pilot/stockbroker and his boy is in the Air Force right now.
My dad says that during the war there was a huge roar overhead and one of the fellows asked, "What was THAT?"
"Either a Harvard or 16 spitfires."
And our Vet's son flew to a Harvard gathering last year.
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