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Saturday, 20 April 2013
Colley Hill and Banstead Heath



I was filming from a different perspective last night - the top of my helmet.  I am not satisfied with the results, mainly because the camera was pointing down a bit much.  I need to see if I can adjust that somehow, before moving on (or back) to a different viewpoint.  An advantage of having the camera on my head is that there is less vibration from the road/track/bicycle.

As I arrived at the start of my ride yesterday, the heavens opened and hail fell.  I waited ten minutes and then proceeded in the cool, late spring sunshine. If I had arrived later I would not have realised that there had been rain or hail, although some of the paths (especially in the woods) were a bit muddy.

Details of the route: here.

Posted by bigblue on 20/04/2013 at 12:24 PM
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