In reply to MM0FMF:
Like you Steve, I didn’t want to have
any “guilt by association” with the complaints, so I pulled
all my photos when this thread started.
How sickening and disappointing to hear this dreadful news of photo removal from you Andy FMF, Steve SGB and now also Steve AAV.
I really wish people would stop and think of the consequences of their whinging, prior to posting potentially offensive remarks on the reflector.
I have looked for some photos from the originator of this thread, with a view to find an example of what is a reasonable amount photographically, but I can’t seem to find any entries from him !!!
I always enjoy ALL photos, as do the majority of other viewers I should imagine, especially images of the summit ascents/descents, trigs, antenna set ups, radio equipment etc, especially the pictures from our many friends in overseas associations.
Those of us who can’t get up the “big” GM summits, or any other summits for that matter, will now miss out on what they look like from the activators viewpoint.
Also these photos give a rough idea of what to expect to the first time activator for each summit.
I would ask you all to re-consider and please put your photos back on Flickr so that those of us who appreciate and enjoy viewing what we can’t go and see for ourselves, can share your summit views.
If you decide against putting them back on, would you email any new ones to me?
73 to all Mike GW0DSP