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The opposite happens with Hornbills. That "ooh-ooh-ooh-AH AH AH" screech one often hears in jungle scenes isn't a monkey, but rather a bird, and it's just the crescendo of a pretty long (multi-minute) …
answered Sep 18 '12 by NoiseJockey
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I totally walk away for long takes. I am a fidgety mo'fo' - too much darn coffee. :-) I sometimes get great surprises, such as when other hikers come upon my gear and start talking about it, all captu …
answered Oct 12 '10 by NoiseJockey
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Just got back from the mountains myself and contending, as usual, with the same issue. If you can see traffic, you're too close. No cheating with fog or darkness, now. :-) If you know where the road …
answered Aug 5 '10 by NoiseJockey
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If you use a chemical on the furry windscreen, try the Permethrin that's used for spray-on application for clothing. It dries over a few hours and is non-tacky, shouldn't dreadlock your windscreen. Yo …
answered Jul 13 '10 by NoiseJockey