Nice photo Bob. Looks like it belongs in the brochure!
Thanks for the response. The combo for both images is a Nikon D600 w/70-200 F4. That Nikon lens is a real sweet lens if there is enough light.Glad to hear the TH is once again living up to its WOW factor Bob. I say the same thing about your photography - very impressive, thanks for sharing. What camera/lens combo are you using?
Thanks Bob - a couple of years ago I finally broke down and bought myself a Nikon 300s and a digital Nikor 16-85 which I find awesome. I was slow getting on the digital bandwagon as I did not want to lose the ability of using all my Nikor manual lenses - I have all their macro models, and the 300s allows me to do this. My problem is finding enough time to do everything - honey do lists, fishing, golfing, photography - not enough hours in the day.Thanks for the response. The combo for both images is a Nikon D600 w/70-200 F4. That Nikon lens is a real sweet lens if there is enough light.
Here is another view of the massive procession up the mountain:
I've tried perpendicular parking and it appears tighter than a parallel. testing the hypothesis/minimum distance is potentially problematic? I think the car scans for available spots but I don't know the minimum distance.Well Bob nicely parked, I am thinking of the tech package for mine when I place my order.
However a question comes to mind, does anyone know how tight a space it is possible to auto parallel park in ?