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Fancy a walk?

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I'm looking for a brave soul to come for a walk with me round Penningtom Flash or somewhere simular and give me a hand my photography and let me see how your suppost to do it. I have a car, legs or bike and I'm available weekdays or weekends.

My lens is only a 18-55, but not really sure what to do with it yet. Learnt the basics of shutter, aperture and iso on paper, just need to put it into practice.

KT

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I often go to the flash, if you send me a message with your mobile number I will get in touch and we can arrange something weather permitting.

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HI KT,
IF YOU FANCY THIS SUNDAY,10th APRIL, ALISON AND MYSELF WILL WALK WITH YOU. I HAVE A NIECE WHO KEEP HORSE'S ON PENNINGTON FLASH. SO WE MIGHT KISS 2 BIRDS WITH 1 STONE. I DON'T ACTUALLY MEAN KILL 2 BIRDS :P YOU CAN CALL ME OR E-MAIL ME ON g.gentry -at- btinternet.com Best Wishes Gerry.

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Gerry I suggest you put your phone number and e-mail address in the secure section of the forum - both you and KT can see that if you're logged in.

I'll change them here now otherwise you'll be inundated by spam. You could also PM them to KT.
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I've emailed him already, but thanks John. Spam is evil!

Thank you Pauline and Gerry for the offers, both contacted and looking forward to two walks out. I love Pennington Flash, it's one of my favourite places.

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Off up to Helvellyn via Striding Edge in July, but I am not sure that's the type of walk you are thinking about? :lol:
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lolz Walter, I said a walk...not a hike up a mountain! I may appear youngish, but I'm well and truely knackered =)

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That is a walk - don't be fooled by my avatar, I'm a little younger then than now!
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Just a little? =P

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