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Great Rinie_Hoff 2006-06-07 13:52

Hello Kev, you always seem to have your eyes open, even when they are closed ;-) The echo of the gardener's shirt is really well seen, and the curve in his body, gives away your patience. Unbelievable!

Alternative title: " I'm a lumberjack, and I'm OK" and add it to Richard's theme: "photos named after a Monty Pyton quote! ;-)


Any news of going back there?

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Old 06-07-2006, 09:09 PM
KevRyan KevRyan is offline
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Default To Rinie_Hoff: ..weekend after next......

Somewhere around the 18th - 19th!!! ;-))

I'll think about the Monty Python!!!!

We have got to meet again some time - I suggest Jerzy as a good drinking partner too!!!


best wishes Kev
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Old 06-07-2006, 10:08 PM
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Default Re: To Rinie_Hoff: ..weekend after next......

Congratulations, Kev, I'm happy for you.
Need anyone to carry your 'bodies'? What was it, a 10D, a 20D, a 5D? as long as I can bring my own as well ;-)
I have no doubt at all about Jerzy as a drinking partner! Any suggestions on where to meet? I'll be glad to come to England and the pub culture again.
Take care, glad to know you can go back!
Rinie
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Old 06-07-2006, 10:35 PM
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Default Thanks Rinie!!

A couple of English real ale pubs in a rural or coastal location for a photographic excursion sounds good to me ...but we will have to wait a little while.....

I'll just take the 5 and 10!!!!

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