Yup, its me….. Not a lot going on this week…. A lot of work… Weather has been pretty much cooperating with us… Still warm days and cool nights and hardly any rain, so it is nice and dusty instead of slick and muddy. Took a bunch of pictures at the “couples” dinner at the DFAC on Valentines Day, but wont bore you all with them. Came out pretty nice though..
Jim Garner and I went across the road to the range the other day to test fire a tank….. Well, he went to test fire and I went to take a picture of it….. Missed the actuall shot by a millisecond or two ( camera was too slow at 3 frames per second, should have had my other one at home it shoots 5 per second and the odds would have been better)
Anyway here are the pictures….
First Frank Morales Jim Garner and Joe Neilko at the Motor Pool before we went to the range.
Pretty day isnt it?
Now to the firing line, since they were remote firing (no one inside the tank for safety) I had a guy give me a countdown, when he got to 1 I pushed the shutter and the camera started shooting at 3 fps. Here is a few of the 8 pictures.
Do you like how all the dust gets shaken off the tank? I was using a wide angle lens so was very close to the tank (maybe 50 feet) Amazing amount of noise and shaking!
O well, short, sweet and to the point, besides they just called to say our generator is being shut down for servicing, so the network will be off in about 5 minutes……
Here is the sunset shot from Feb 15th….
Hope everyone is doing alright……