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    Arrow NGTE Pyestock Solo - January 2009




    Pyestock's been on my 'to-do' list for a while and yesterday I finally got to see it. Its immense!
    Thanks to Si-o-Doom and Winchester for their hints and support, without which today's visit would have been an awful lot harder.

    Whilst walking towards the site, I wandered straight into the middle of a company of soldiers on exercise and nearly stood on a couple, but luckily they weren't anywhere near access, so in I went.

    Apart from constantly being on-edge due to the pidgeons making a racket, there were no nasty surprises, which is always nice.



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    I left when it got dark and apart from a small scare on the way out, it was an excellent day!

    I love that place! :D

    John

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    You certainly have balls for exploring this place with army roaming about...hats off to ya fella,and great shots too...wish I had took one looking down into cell3 like you.

    regards Stu
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    Excellent stuff, glad to see Pyestock appearing back on the radar.

    this is amusing, shame it's not a little lighter :D



    Also some good use of HDR

    cheers

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    Cheers folk! :)




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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_bones View Post
    this is amusing, shame it's not a little lighter :D
    Me too, best I could get out of the 4sec expo on my camera tho :(

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    How's this?



    some reason your signature went screwy when i tried to lighten it up!
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    I like the RevoMeter gauge thingy, I think they call it a rev counter today, but RevOmeter sounds cool.

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    Good set of pics there, and love the giffer...Thanks, need to get meself up there one day, cheers.
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    I'm going to say exactly what I said for your past report: ace shots and hats off fir going it alone! The hdr makes the shots look a lot longer than 4 secs!
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    Cracking pics, LutEx. Love the gif...the gate that ate the world!
    Always good to see Pyestock. :)
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