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Angle Tarn Wild Camp

Angle Tarn Wild Camp


Postby davgil » Wed Sep 30, 2015 11:00 pm

Date walked: 27/09/2015

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A video of my wild camp at Angle Tarn in the Lake District.

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Re: Angle Tarn Wild Camp

Postby ChrisW » Thu Oct 01, 2015 8:25 pm

Another great video David, love the music choice :lol: The fox encounter was awesome, I would have loved to see him scrounging around...I guess it was the mention of 10 rashers of bacon that brought him in :lol: Shame you had to spring for a new frying pan but look at it this way, you've got a spare now :roll: The wind rattling the tent was pretty cool on the video but maybe a bit of a pain in the butt in reality, really enjoyed this :clap:

I sat out waiting on the blood moon myself, damn cloud rolled in all night, I got one glimpse through a good sized hole in the cloud and blurred the shot...I was not happy :(

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Re: Angle Tarn Wild Camp

Postby davgil » Thu Oct 01, 2015 11:48 pm

Thanks Chris, glad you enjoyed it, just a bit of tongue in cheek fun really.

That moon shot looks good despite not being as sharp as you'd like...I know that feeling :)
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