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    Re: Casio G - Shock in the nature

    Big big thanks gripmaster. Fabulous addition. Absolute brilliant and really appreciated. Well done
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    Re: Casio G - Shock in the nature

    Had a day off today and went to the baltic sea shore to take some pictures of my GA-100 in the cold autumn weather here:

    Its the port of Rostock Warnemünde on the german baltic sea coast.
    Weather is around 5°C and there is a hefty wind.

    First a fisher boat entering the habor, passing the smaller gate lighthouses:


    A better shot of my G shivering on the cold hand rail:


    Stormy:


    Dunes and old lighthouse:


    Old lighthouse much closer:


    I hope you enjoy!
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    Thats something very very special here @d2mac. Was really wondering when the first lighthouse will show up in this thread and It took some time but wow - how cool is that. Stunning simply stunning. Thank you very much for sharing.

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    Awesome - right after those nice lighthouse shots from the very northern part of Germany, here's my Master of Range in the mountains in the very southern corner of the country....

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    Re: Casio G - Shock in the nature

    Fantastic gripmaster. Btw what's the letter box for in the middle of nowhere Suddenly it's almost winter in Europe and really interesting nice turn in this thread. Well done and super duper pics. Thanks for posting

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    Re: Casio G - Shock in the nature

    A dirty king.
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    Hail to the King, baby.

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    Re: Casio G - Shock in the nature

    Quote Originally Posted by KillaSkill View Post
    A dirty king.
    Very cool photo. Thanks for sharing

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    Re: Casio G - Shock in the nature

    Quote Originally Posted by Deepsea_dweller View Post
    Fantastic gripmaster. Btw what's the letter box for in the middle of nowhere Suddenly it's almost winter in Europe and really interesting nice turn in this thread. Well done and super duper pics. Thanks for posting
    Ah the box! Yes in the Alps almost every summit has a cross on top to mark where the summit is. and at most crosses there is such a box with inside a small book (called "summit book" in german) in which people sign in when they have reached the top. not everyone does, but it's a bit of a tradition, people will write their names, when they summited and where they are from. sometimes they will write a few phrases about their hike, the weather,.... It's fun to look through, as it is a bit a history book of the mountain, telling you who visited it in the weeks or days before...
    Here's a picture of the same summit cross during the night and in the fog... quite spooky to get up there at night!

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    Thats just awesome gripmaster. Absolutely enjoying it . What a picture and yes very spooky indeed. Enjoy your mountain time
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    wow more people needs to be wearing their G-Shocks like you do and that includes me!
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