CWL of the day

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Basho, it was you who clued me in about Knight straps; thank you.

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downer wrote:C60FLE :)

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That's just showing off, Richard. Fantastic photo. I won't even ask how you managed it.
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Leo David wrote: That's just showing off, Richard. Fantastic photo. I won't even ask how you managed it.
Thanks. I'll tell you anyway. ;)

Simple really. I have a water feature in my garden...

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I turned the water pump up to get a bit more flow. I stuck the watch close to the outlet and turned the camera shutter speed up to the max. Then I took about 10 pictures, and that was about the best of 'em. :)
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scooter wrote:What else?

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Trusty old C4SBS

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Classic beauty!
nice watch Neal. It is good to see it getting some wrist time :)
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downer wrote:
Leo David wrote: That's just showing off, Richard. Fantastic photo. I won't even ask how you managed it.
Thanks. I'll tell you anyway. ;)

Simple really. I have a water feature in my garden...

I turned the water pump up to get a bit more flow. I stuck the watch close to the outlet and turned the camera shutter speed up to the max. Then I took about 10 pictures, and that was about the best of 'em. :)
Thank you for sharing that. Still, I'm impressed. Grass is nice and green too. Mine looks like a bit dull and tired in comparison.
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CWL of the Night to be precise.

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Especially for clarky, another classic!
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Giving the C60 FLE a workout on the watchwinder, B of B today.

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22mm zulu intended for use with the Red Trident, thought i would try it out on this. :thumbup:

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