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Old Mar 20, 2004, 1:52 AM   #11
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Wow, I wasnt expecting that!! Thanks for all your comments guys!! I was playing golf last week and a friend of mine said in passing "Our photographer quit today". BANG! I actually MADE him, there and then, call his personnel manager and get me an interview!! :lol:

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does it get any better than that?!!!
I dont think so, itīs just a pity I wont spend as much time here!

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I think the glow of your excitement has crossed the Atlantic and is already melting our snow.
Lol. Glad I could help. I do tend to get carried away! ops:

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isn't it great to get paid for doing something you would be doing anyway!
Itīs funny, I actually said to the director interviewing me "If you are prepared to pay me for what I do for nothing anyway, Iīll take it!"...before she had offered me the job! :lol:

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Please pull the cord at 1,000 ft before you go splat
Actually messed up once and pulled the reserve at 700" (3 secs from impact!) Whoops! :shock:

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If you ever need an assisitant, let me know.
I will call you asap. I may need help steadying the camera when I do shots of the models by the pools. Apparently I can pick any of the many girls in the offices as this saves money!!!!

Seriously though, thanks very much to everyone for your inspiration, motivation and kindness. I think I will be coming here for years.
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Old Mar 20, 2004, 1:55 AM   #12
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Actually messed up once and pulled the reserve at 700" (3 secs from impact!) Whoops!
In fact the pic on the left was the jump it happened on!!
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Old Mar 20, 2004, 2:12 AM   #13
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Congratulations Freefly. When I got my first job as a photographer (1979) I was in heaven. There's a lot of hard work that goes with it, but since you love it the work will be worthwhile. I wish continued happiness and much success with the new job.
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Old Mar 20, 2004, 2:47 AM   #14
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<--- Envious!!

Congratulations.. sounds like a dream job..
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