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  • tommyalf
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    On second thought I think I'll skip Oz.....you folks have to many things that can kill a person. I've seen those spiders in pictures before....don't care to see on in person.

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  • saupatel
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    Australia also has that crazy tiny jellyfish that kills people. I think its called "Irukandji". Whenever i visit australia, I am carrying antivenom in my backpack at all times

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  • twagenknecht
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    Come on...to me, being an original New Yorker, these rats are minuscule compared with the dog sized vermin that NYC gets. NYC has rats so big that dogs will not mess with them!! Spiders that kill........now that is something else altogether
    T

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  • afkabruce98
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    They enjoy a bountiful and varied diet since it's a popular area and always has overflowing rubbish bins full of food. I've had them approaching to investigate my coffee cup (which I had on the ground next to my ladder) and seen them take a banana peel from under Andrew's chair while he was sitting in it. And, they are especially fond of overseas visitors....

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  • Andrew McLaughlin
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    Originally posted by seahawk View Post
    WTF did you feed them vegemite or what?
    No, but photographers have been known to never return after twilight spotting missions to the Cooks River seawall! And if you try to swim for it, the sharks in the bay will get you!

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  • seahawk
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    WTF did you feed them vegemite or what?

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  • Andrew McLaughlin
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    Originally posted by afkabruce98 View Post
    Don't forget the friendly dog-sized rats around the beach area!!
    Oh yeah, the rats....

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  • afkabruce98
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    Don't forget the friendly dog-sized rats around the beach area!!

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  • Billsville
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    Theres no Funnel Webs around the airport, the brown and black snakes have scared them all away.

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  • Andrew McLaughlin
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    Originally posted by twagenknecht View Post
    Sydney...isn't that the place with those really bad funnel web spiders that kill you just by looking at you?
    Yep, ESPECIALLY around the airport! Come on down guys - you're always welcome!

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  • twagenknecht
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    Sydney...isn't that the place with those really bad funnel web spiders that kill you just by looking at you? Just kidding...would love to do the down unda sometime. That and NZ, Japan, etc...maybe throw in a swing by Vietnam, and Israel
    T

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  • tommyalf
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    Originally posted by twagenknecht View Post
    Matt,
    When I first started uploading, i thought that every shot I took, processed, and set in was THE shot. Every time I got rejected, I felt in some way slighted, until it dawned on me that my shots were indeed bad...either poorly shot, poorly processed, or just over all crap. I found help in talking to other photogs, getting some books, and reading Stephan's guide: find it here


    Try following a workflow, and yes in aviation photography, there are days that one should not shoot, as the weather will play havoc with the picture. We have such days here in SoCal right now...the light is aweful...too harsh, and even the sunsets are bad due to the marine layer which seems to be hanging around right now.

    I think that all screeners who have responded to you have tried to offer swift, concise, and meaningful help. Take it for what it is...and relax. This is, after all, to most of us....A HOBBY!!!
    Hey Tim you up for a spotting trip to Sydney? Sounds like it would be great fun!

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  • twagenknecht
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    Matt,
    When I first started uploading, i thought that every shot I took, processed, and set in was THE shot. Every time I got rejected, I felt in some way slighted, until it dawned on me that my shots were indeed bad...either poorly shot, poorly processed, or just over all crap. I found help in talking to other photogs, getting some books, and reading Stephan's guide: find it here
    Originally posted by seahawk View Post
    Try following a workflow, and yes in aviation photography, there are days that one should not shoot, as the weather will play havoc with the picture. We have such days here in SoCal right now...the light is aweful...too harsh, and even the sunsets are bad due to the marine layer which seems to be hanging around right now.

    I think that all screeners who have responded to you have tried to offer swift, concise, and meaningful help. Take it for what it is...and relax. This is, after all, to most of us....A HOBBY!!!

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  • seahawk
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    No it is about the new queue limit.

    Let me apologize for that as well, as we did really follow suggestions of our users to reduce the queue to a more manageable level. http://forums.jetphotos.net/showthread.php?t=47128

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    Originally posted by Brenden S View Post
    Matt, as a fellow Aussie Photographer, and also ex Sydney photographer I do know the spots along with the others on Jetphotos. Perhaps you and your 3 mates should have a good talk to Stephan, or AJ and even Andrew next time your down at the airport and hone your photography skills and also the editing part.
    I'd love to know where you got 3 from ?

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