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08-13-2007 04:12 PM
jackytdunaway anytime you are in the area around Cape Lookout holler out to the Drumwagon and say high. My father has been going thru chemo and can't get out on the island but he keeps the VHF on and is right there on the mainland.
08-13-2007 04:00 PM
Cruisingdad Ditto... nice pics. You look like a great couple!!! Congrats!!

- CD
08-13-2007 03:58 PM
ReverendMike Very nice, thanks for sharing. Congratulations also.

(Giving ammo to the Portuguese?)
08-13-2007 04:15 AM
sailingdog Joel-

I'd be surprised if Jayme lets you live after posting that photo of her feeding the fishies.... you should know better.

BTW, a good P&S digital camera for the boat is the Olympus 770 SW or the Pentax Optio W30. Both are fairly resilient and water-proof to some degree. I have an older Pentax Optio that I keep on the boat as a full-time camera, so I don't have to risk my good DSLR most of the time.








If you do want to use a DSLR on-board a boat, I highly recommend getting the Kata camera cover, to protect it from spray.

08-12-2007 07:30 PM
PBzeer Ditto on DJ's comment about sharing something special. Hope it becomes everything you both dream of.
08-12-2007 06:47 PM
DJEVANS Beautiful pics, thanks for sharing. They were very sweet. You two make a beautiful couple. I wish you much happiness--I highly recommend marriage, mine has been very happy! Thank you for sharing something so special
08-12-2007 06:46 PM
Joel73
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Didn't read the copyright part before I made that compass picture my wall paper . . . oh well. Nice shot.
I'm not worried about personal use retclt... i just don't want to see them used for commercial purposes. The versions i have posted here are only 72dpi and i have the hi-res on the hard drive... including the date and time stamps in the files. Have fun with them... i have the compass shot as my desktop right now too.

Of course i know the risk i take in posting any photo online.
08-12-2007 05:42 PM
retclt I'll second on the Canon. Go RAW! Great colors that way. I also use an $89 Kodak more often in the cockpit and found it takes incredible pictures too.

In the arial pcture of Cape Lookout - that southern tip has the biggest sea shells I have ever seen. Most places they're picked over before I wake up but not there. You can fill a sack with softball size and larger shells in minutes.

Didn't read the copyright part before I made that compass picture my wall paper . . . oh well. Nice shot.
08-12-2007 05:27 PM
Freesail99
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Sunset proposal cruise on the Neuse River. Kinda vain of me to post these since they're not as much of sailing and more of us but i hope you guys don't mind.

Click picture for slideshow...

I don't mind at all, I enjoyed it, thanks for sharing. Btw, a great place to "pop" the question ! Congrads.....
08-12-2007 05:23 PM
Joel73 Sunset proposal cruise on the Neuse River. Kinda vain of me to post these since they're not as much of sailing and more of us but i hope you guys don't mind.

Click picture for slideshow...
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