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  1. #1
    us
    Jan 2006
    Houston, TX
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    Blood from a stone


    I was testing out the new 6x10 on the V3 at one of the local haunts today and found a couple of rings where I had hunted previously...maybe I didn't hunt it as well as I thought I did. This place is only 20 years old or so, but it seems to keep on giving.











    HH!
    TBGO

  2. #2
    us
    Aug 2009
    Sacramento Cailifonia
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    good haul ....nice pics too!!!

  3. #3
    us
    Sep 2005
    Indiana
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Like that overhead view!

    HH
    -GC

  4. #4
    us
    Jun 2009
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Awesome! How did you creat that image layout? I would love to be able to do that with a site ive been hunting for historicle value.

  5. #5
    us
    LETS GO HUNTING

    Nov 2008
    Denver , Colorado
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Is there a church close by , there is a lot of cross in your finds .
    And WTG on your pic's and your lay out you did
    THIS HOBBY ROCKS , LETS GO ....

  6. #6
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    martnessmnstr

    Jul 2008
    SE Michigan
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Awesome finds, Congrats! And that is a cool way to present your finds.

    Good luck,
    HH.

  7. #7
    us
    It's all good!!

    Jan 2006
    oklahoma
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Very nice find's. Imo every place where there is dirt..... Is more than 20 years old. GJ and HH

  8. #8
    us
    Jan 2006
    Houston, TX
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Thanks all

    Quote Originally Posted by Garabaldi
    Awesome! How did you creat that image layout? I would love to be able to do that with a site ive been hunting for historicle value.
    I got an aerial view from Google Earth and then just made images of the finds (about 50x50 pixels) and pasted them on top of it. The problem is that you can run out of room, as I have here...some of the center finds locations are a bit inaccurate because there was no room.

    HH!
    TBGO

  9. #9
    us
    Aug 2009
    Napa california
    DFX 300 6x10dd DX1 Prizm III
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Nice looking hunt there, cool set up on the pictures

  10. #10
    us
    Jun 2008
    New York
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    You've created your own "treasure map".......

    You got some great finds..( all those rings from that park/school ..??)

  11. #11
    us
    Apr 2009
    Central New York
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Nice

  12. #12
    us
    Jul 2009
    new jersey
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Beep, great way you've documented exact location of finds with the overhead shot! That method would be so useful on colonial sites as well, especially when they're finally worked out and you want to do some digging and sifting at the most promising locations without wasting the day. Thanks for showing this.
    johnnyi

  13. #13
    us
    Jun 2009
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    Quote Originally Posted by The Beep Goes On
    Thanks all

    Quote Originally Posted by Garabaldi
    Awesome! How did you creat that image layout? I would love to be able to do that with a site ive been hunting for historicle value.
    I got an aerial view from Google Earth and then just made images of the finds (about 50x50 pixels) and pasted them on top of it. The problem is that you can run out of room, as I have here...some of the center finds locations are a bit inaccurate because there was no room.

    HH!
    TBGO
    Maybe you could begin a second page with the same image. You would end up with several pages.
    Thanks for the info.

  14. #14
    us
    Nov 2005
    Athens Tennessee
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    Re: Blood from a stone

    great layout, thanks for the tip on how to do this. Going to have to give this a try.
    You have found some wonderful treasure in those sports fields. Thanks for sharing
    The only easy day was yesterday

  15. #15
    us
    Jan 2006
    Houston, TX
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    Re: Blood from a stone


    I thought this was a bit more of a "universal" application of this type of map. You don't run out of room this way, the distribution shows up very well and you can select colors that are appropriate in terms of the background image and the way you categorize your finds. In this case, gold = Gold, white = Silver and red = Other. If you wanted to go all out you could number the circles and have a numbered list with descriptions and images. This was just an excercise...I wish I had a fresh old site to try it out on.



    HH!
    TBGO

 

 

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