The camera can capture some fantastic moments V

The camera can capture some fantastic moments V

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tumble dryer

1,779 posts

94 months

Saturday 12th June
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eharding said:
SpudLink said:
havoc said:
h0b0 said:
Flying Rhino

Hover Rhino, in reality - they've not got enough lift to get out of ground effect.
I suspect it’s actually a maglev rhino. That’s why it’s restricted to the path that’s been laid out for it.
You're all wrong - it's an excellent action shot of a falling rhino, just before hitting the ground. It's quite common for rhinos to climb trees in search of bee nests, as they're an absolute bugger for fresh honey. They've developed a knack, much like domestic cats, of being able to twist when falling to always land on their feet. Rhinos share a lot of common DNA with cats, and have common distant ancestor species. In fact, what you're looking at there is basically a big, hairless, horny-nosed cat.
I never noticed that before. You're right, check out the ears.

Blib

38,030 posts

164 months

Saturday 12th June
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Stop this infantile foolishness immediately!

This is a serious thread for serious posters.

If you want fun and games you should head over to the NP&E area.



Equus

11,390 posts

68 months

Saturday 12th June
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havoc said:
h0b0 said:
Flying Rhino

Hover Rhino, in reality - they've not got enough lift to get out of ground effect.
Dogs are better. Still limited to ground effect, though:






mickk

25,859 posts

209 months

Saturday 12th June
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Why do their eyes all look the same?

Roofless Toothless

3,570 posts

99 months

Saturday 12th June
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The taxidermist got them all out of the same box.

Pagey430

103 posts

182 months

Saturday 12th June
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iiincommmming! hope the Rhino pic was from a long telephoto, unless biscuits to hand v. quickly :-) Amazing photos though and a credit to those behind the lens, one of my favorite threads

Edited by Pagey430 on Saturday 12th June 18:25

troc

2,747 posts

142 months

Sunday 13th June
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Blib

38,030 posts

164 months

Monday 14th June
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Nasty accident there. But, what do you expect from a wedge shaped car?

Bodo

11,202 posts

233 months

Monday 14th June
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Blib said:
... But, what do you expect from a wedge shaped car?
The TR7 Owners Club has an extensive catalogue of answers on what not to expect from a wedge shaped car.

Blib

38,030 posts

164 months

Monday 14th June
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Bodo said:
Blib said:
... But, what do you expect from a wedge shaped car?
The TR7 Owners Club has an extensive catalogue of answers on what not to expect from a wedge shaped car.


My old wedge.

I drove this so brilliantly that I never once ended up with an integrated bicycle.

eldar

16,667 posts

163 months

Monday 14th June
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Based on a TR7, it appears.

Blib

38,030 posts

164 months

Monday 14th June
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eldar said:
Based on a TR7, it appears.
I'm going to hunt you down and send you a strongly worded email for that!

curse

Bodo

11,202 posts

233 months

Monday 14th June
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Blib said:
My old wedge.

I drove this so brilliantly that I never once ended up with an integrated bicycle.
Your old TR7 wedge was punching above it's weight, which can't be said from the pushbike ornament biggrin

Bodo

11,202 posts

233 months

Monday 14th June
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Returning to vehicles in original condition.




yellowjack

14,473 posts

133 months

Monday 14th June
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troc said:
At the risk of becoming irresistibly attractive to brightly coloured rainforest dwelling birds, the bike is attached to a proprietary bicycle carrying device...

https://www.seasucker.com/collections/bike

...only they're usually attached to the roof, or the rear deck/bootlid/hatchback window of the car.

DannyScene

5,691 posts

122 months

Monday 14th June
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yellowjack said:
At the risk of becoming irresistibly attractive to brightly coloured rainforest dwelling birds, the bike is attached to a proprietary bicycle carrying device...

https://www.seasucker.com/collections/bike

...only they're usually attached to the roof, or the rear deck/bootlid/hatchback window of the car.
Indeed, the same device can be seen mounted 'correctly' to this DB11 AMR, modelled by Matt Jones

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/TU8KRHOP0qQ/maxresdefault.j...

DodgyGeezer

27,425 posts

157 months

Monday 14th June
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Bodo said:
Returning to vehicles in original condition.



That the fella in Germany (Hanover?) who built a fully operational ( eek ) Panther in his basement (as well as having an 88mm and other assorted 'goodies'?

DodgyGeezer

27,425 posts

157 months

Monday 14th June
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DodgyGeezer

27,425 posts

157 months

Monday 14th June
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DodgyGeezer

27,425 posts

157 months

Monday 14th June
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