James is working right now, but I'll tell him you like the photo. I liked the clouds in the background. Our lake was less busy this weekend, but it was nuts over memorial day - I swear you'd think folks forgot to unpack their common sense.
That is so funny - there have been weekends where it's taken us about 30 to 40 minutes to get off the lake and we start doing that! Watching the crazies trying to load their boat on a trailer - folks that had one to many six packs and miss the trailer, or slam into the dock. My favorite was when a lady was really trying hard, but was having trouble and her sig. other, with the trailer, started yelling at her, it wasn't pretty. Anyway, she screamed back - then YOU do it and she shut the boat down. 20 feet out and drifting slow enough to block the dock until "yelling boy" swam out . I wonder where they had dinner that evening?
My best dock show was when a drunk guy was standing on the bow from about 40 feet out. His buddies were joking with him to not fall in like last week. He was wasted. A couple of us watched him the whole way and knew he was going to eat it. We just didn't realize how bad. He jumped, his back foot slipped. He landed chest first on the edge of the dock. We all cringed. We couldn't even laugh at first cause it was that bad. After about 30 seconds, he pulled himself onto the dock and layed there for about 5 minutes. When he got up, he had a huge red line across his chest. Somebody else from the boat ended up getting the trailer.
this morning we had some fun ...... mitch got his first back to back shuvits on camera, almost landed a 360 shuvit off camera ...... chris landed a shuvit on his first try on a skim board, off camera, a beautiful ally oop 360 off camera, and some nice pics, mitch shuvit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggLDs0rb-pw,
Do you like my superman dj? I was telling someone that quite a few of my tricks end in that sequence.
It's cool to slam through the browser slide bar, with the sequence shots - you can see the tricks "happen". I'm not a big camera geek like some of you guys, this is just a point-n-shoot Sony Cyber-Shot TX1 (I'm reading the box ) It's really easy and that 10 fps sequence is a kick!
It took us a few passes before we got the spacing right, this was a little too close, but James got surprized by a "second buoy". He wanted me to "hit" it, but couldn't see it until it was almost on him! I was SO ready for him to slam right into it.