Archive | September 25, 2019

Did You Know Of Garmin’s ‘Trim Activity’ Tool To Edit Start/Stop Time Of An Activity?

by Anura Guruge

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From my ‘Garmin Connect’.

Select Activity to Edit and Hit the 3 ‘dots’ top-right (the ‘more’ menu).

Click to access Garmin’s post for more details.

I did NOT know about this neat and useful feature until I got an e-mail from Garmin about it yesterday. Wow.

I checked it out today. Pretty easy to access and use. You could even say intuitive. I am impressed.

I think we all do it — forget to stop an activity when we stop doing it. I often get distracted by having to take care of the dogs that accompany me on my walks or runs. So, now, if it really bothered me, I could go and edit it.

Check it out. Wanted to make sure you knew about it. Enjoy.

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Search ‘Garmin’.

by Anura Guruge

New Zealand Rugby Team ‘Haka’, At The 2019 Rugby World Cup, For The South Africans.

by Anura Guruge

The New Zealand, ‘All Blacks‘, rugby teams, over the years, are who made the ‘Haka‘ famous.

They, big, brawny and formidable are the ideal troop to do this.

This, at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, ongoing right now, is good. Can’t say it is classic, but it is good. This was the first ‘Haka’ of this World Cup. The New Zealand team will do a ‘Haka’ at the start of each game.

It is, actually, a TRIBUTE to their opponents! Not a challenge. It is honoring them before the battle commences. A very nice gesture. This ‘Haka’ was for the South Africans (in green).

Look at the size of one of the players who stands up and walks to the front. I used to play rugby and would have hated to come up against that guy. He is HUGE.

Related Posts:
Search ‘haka‘ there a LOT of posts on ‘hakas’.

by Anura Guruge

The Picture Of The Day (Canon EOS RP) + 6 Also-Rans — September 25, 2019.

by Anura Guruge

NO post-processing whatsoever.

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Attribution WILL be enforced.

The also rans:

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Category ‘Six Images’.

by Anura Guruge


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