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  1. #21

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    Oct 2005
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    Washington, DC
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    Not too bad--I use the big Lowepro Supertrekker on my back, with the tripod in one hand and the D2x (increasingly, I rely on this for very-low-light metering) in the other.

  2. #22

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    Jan 2005
    Location
    Yorkville, Il
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    I was wading at the top of a twenty foot high falls, not but ankle deep, when I ventured close to the edge to take a meter reading the dreaded moss on the rocks was just to slippery and over I went.

    I slid feet first and when I hit the pool I never touched the bottom, not a scratch just pissed off and a wet light meter. My 11x14 was parked about five foot away when I took the unexpected plunge.

    I now always wear felt soles when monkeying around falls and what have you, I realize it could have been real ugly, as I was at a pretty remote spot.

    Mike

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