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Gopro edit of removal job

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Had plenty of footage from this job so decided to mash it together with a soundtrack, been climbing nearly 2 years now and loving it. The Customer plans on making a table from the remaining stump hence why leaving it high.

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Welcome to the forum. Nice little video that. Not a criticism, but there were a few instances where you might have been a bit better off putting sapwood cuts in prior to the backcut. It might have been the camera angle but the top looked close the stumps you'd left lower down, could have been miles out but looked like they could have come down a bit more to limit the risk but thats a risk with GoPros! Hard to tell if you're not there!!


Cheers for taking the time to make it and post it!!



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