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raspberry raider

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Raspberries fresh off the cane, being easily to hand and delicious, have been a good high-value reward during training sessions in the garden. He'll do near anything for a raspberry, and they show up well in my hand as targets during Heel Practice.

Lemmy has recently figured out where they come from and how he can get his own. Fortunately the vast majority of canes are well above him.
20th Sep 2007, 17:54   | tags:,comments (11)

OMGDUNE!!

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the. last. part. of. Dune.

evar.
11th Sep 2007, 17:42   | tags:,comments (6)

do do do do doo doo, ah ah honey honey

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11th Sep 2007, 17:00   | tags:comments (0)

pavlovian response

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*drool*
8th Sep 2007, 13:40   | tags:comments (7)

assorted wildlife

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a toad in the dog's bowl, a big spider in the greenhouse, and slugs mating.
8th Sep 2007, 13:39   | tags:,comments (5)

Fun with movies, part 34

all from the one film. somewhat more obscure than my last entry, although still far from the rarest film I have.
6th Sep 2007, 14:51   | tags:comments (11)

made a bit of a mess of this

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6th Sep 2007, 10:29   | tags:comments (19)

Fenix L2D Premium torch

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My new torch. Mini-Porsche for scale. Was sick of buying cheap torches and having them be rubbish, then break at just the wrong time, so researched a bit and found this.

Holy crap, it's bright. Like, "how the hell does one tiny surface mount LED kick out that much light" bright. Like, flatten 2xAA batteries in 2.5 hours bright (on max beam). I can light up trees over 100M away using this pocket-sized beast. 175 Lumens, if that means anything to anyone. specs etc here. Also, it's very pleasantly formed, and is nicely balanced to hold.

Many thanks to Rob at The Photon Shop for his help and superb customer service. If you want a Fenix torch (and you do, you really do), Rob's the man to talk to.
5th Sep 2007, 16:10   | tags:,,comments (5)