Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

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    Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    In winter, a very beutiful day usually means very cold weather. Like today in Finland. As title says, it is - 20...-25'c outside, so I didn't even bother to start play with risemans sensor.
    Anyway, I went to the park near to my home and.. I think you can guess the rest..

    Some school kids in skating hour.

    Not so full

    My solar-trio



    I think this squirrel is quite frozen!

    You could almost hear how the battery was charged.

    Thanks for looking!

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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    Cool pics mate! Love your trio. But geez, -22 degs and you're hanging out at the park?! I would've stayed indoors and put those Gs by the window for a charge...




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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    Brrrrrrr.................

    But yep, from the looks of it... your Gs look super-charged!!!

    Nice shots.
    Last edited by KVM888; February 17th, 2009 at 14:30.
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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    Quote Originally Posted by kiwidj View Post
    Cool pics mate! Love your trio. But geez, -22 degs and you're hanging out at the park?! I would've stayed indoors and put those Gs by the window for a charge...
    Oh yes, that's the point I forgot to tell..
    The sun does not shine into my apartment. I have windows of course and there is a daylight coming in but no direct sunlight.
    And winter is so long that I decided to give them a good boost towards the summer ..and it's not so cold

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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    beautiful....

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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    Nice shots

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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    Nice! No chance of the watches overheating that day
    Simon

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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    That's like hydro watch weather.

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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    nice pics!

    now i'm waiting for some WUS guys from Brazil to post pics of "sunbathing at the beach", (Tough solar G-shocks of course)

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    Re: Sunbathing ( in - 22'c )

    I went to Finland in December. It's a beautiful place.

    I was wondering about the limited light during winter and solar watches and if anyone there owned them. I guess this answers my question.

    Nice pics of the timepieces btw.

    Catch22

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