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JL Sargent

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  1. Property Boundry?

    And I can only speak on Alabama. I have been where the OP is with a land/line dispute. The first question the county mapper asked me was "do you have a stamped map of the complete parcel?" After saying yes and providing more details, and a title search, problem was resolved somewhat in my favor.
  2. Property Boundry?

    If you have a surveyor's stamp on a complete map of your property and that coincides with what you are paying taxes on at the courthouse, then you are probably golden. Signs on the properly line can often only serve to bring out more aggression. Talk to your county mapper and verify that your parcel(s) are mapped correctly and that you are indeed the one paying taxes on it. Regardless of "where" your neighbor thinks the properly line is, a more important question is probably "who" is paying the taxes on it!
  3. Taming the K 53 K.

    Maybe just turn the treble down a little on your preamp? When I recapped my Belles, at first they were just too hot at the squawker for my taste. Adjusting the tone controls on my pre seemed to do a good job of correcting for it. After several hours of break in, the problem seemed to lessen.
  4. Show us your great photography thread!

    What do people do for a living around there? I do non-destructive testing and consulting for heavy industrial for example. Doesn't look like any of that going on around there.
  5. Show us your great photography thread!

    Augusta looks like a beautiful place. This photo off the net.
  6. Show us your great photography thread!

    Wow, that is a lot of birds!
  7. Show us your great photography thread!

    Yes, we do share them with their parents.
  8. Show us your great photography thread!

    Watching his homerun ball go over center field fence about 400'
  9. Show us your great photography thread!

    Caught this pick off attempt yesterday.
  10. Show us your great photography thread!

    A learning suggestion: Take pictures in Manual mode only. Most of my photos are taken this way. You will really get to know how ISO, aperture, shutter speed, focus, field of depth, and white balance affect your pictures.
  11. Show us your great photography thread!

    I seem to be drifting the other way. There are folks getting 500K actuations out of the better camera bodies now, so that is not a concern. I don't even pay attention to the number of pictures I take anymore. For example, In sports photography I'm always "hunting" for that perfectly timed shot. I might take 400 shots at a basketball game for instance. I'll publish to Facebook less than 5% of those only sharing the best. I might print 1 photo. I went to DC with a film camera once 35 years ago. It took me a week to take 6 rolls of 24 film back then. I was very conservative with the pictures I took. The problem is, I doubt there is a picture in the lot worth sharing.
  12. Show us your great photography thread!

    Oh funny! Probably not THAT good at baseball (a game he loves by the way), but he is an excellent A+ student.
  13. Show us your great photography thread!

    It's so true Elden. 6' tall, 14 years old, and he has no idea his potential.
  14. Show us your great photography thread!

    This one about 200mm same lens.
  15. Show us your great photography thread!

    It certainly helps in slow shutter speed situations. I have it on the 100 to 400mm and its a must for free handing beyond 200mm IMHO except on sunny days. I took this one today at 400mm freehand.
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