The assorted ramblings, photo essays and work of a British born , classically trained, Japanese Metalwork artist living in Torquay, England.
The last part is incredible...
hi Fordlets see if this works... incidentally, I used to spend all my time with this type of archery - made 5 Olympic teams and finally managed to win one of them.cheersSimon
yes, that last bit is almost unbelievable!Hi Simon, welcome aboard. I was never at your level of competition, it was all very casual and involved lots of real ale ;-) . So we have an Olympic medallist with us now, that's the sort of standard we like :-) Cheers.
Who would have known you also had an interest in this? Still keep your bow(s)? Personally I respect this kind of archery but I think it loses a bit of romanticism and if romanticism goes out of the equation then I would rather do modern firearms. Have you ever checked out Lajos Kassai? maybe you should search for it in youtube and see what comes up. Best regards
Nice but I prefere this one...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLSXS4cRFFI&feature=related
Hi Hyllyn,well you should have guessed that I could use a longbow having crossed bokken with me ;-) I still have one of my longbows but havn't loosed it for a while now. I did occasionally use a 90lb draw weight beastie but that too is beyond me now.I've seen Lajos Kassai before, yes he is pretty impressive. In fact I was telling Simon that I've always fancied a Mongolian recurve because they are so sweet to shoot.Hi Clive, I've seen this lady before, so you watch " Has America got talent?" hey? hmmm....and you scoff at my musical taste ;-)
Ford sorry for this offtopic post; i need to contact you about the new forum; how can i send you an email? (i need an address)
hi Lorenzo, just bekow the comment box you should see a contact email for me, I've just ticked it so hopefully you will see it now but just in case, here it is; firstname.lastname@example.orgCiao, ;-)
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