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  1. #5881
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    Just sittin around...
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    Ok it's not brilliant flashwork or anything but it's a special shot for me nonetheless. He played Auskick (child development/indoctrination) with "The Crows" our local professional sports team. He's trying to take a mark in Aussie Rules Football.
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  3. #5883
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    When I used to run around like that my grandma always warned me that a fly would fly into my mouth. I don't think one ever did. LOL.

    There was fireworks after the baseball game tonight--In this shot I wanted to catch some of the baseball field though it looks like I cut the fireworks off.
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    Nice fireworks TNB, I'm going to have to try that if our state government decides to blow some taxpayers dollars on a display anytime soon

    I like that the trees are partially illuminated by the fireworks.
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  5. #5885
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    Taking the plunge(s). They all wanted to be on the forum.

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  6. #5886
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    lol thats brilliant rich ! what a great series to hang up somewhere.

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    freakin cubby house wrecked my shot.

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    Beautifull colour Rich.

    Rooz if it was anyone else I'd say just clone out the cubbyhouse LOL. For you though it's probably easier to just take aother killer shot without PP. - I'm jealous of course.
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    Just past midnight so here's a new days photo

    This is where a travelling Lutheran priest used to live when he wasn't travelling to service the district. His animals where in one room and he was in the other apparently. I didn't get exact dates from the caretaker but I suppose it was the late 1800's. Obviously it didn't have the sheet iron back then, it would have been all lath and plaster (I guess thats how you spell it)like you can see under the verandah at the right. The roof would have been either old kerosene tins or some sort of shingle judging by typical old aussie constructions.

    As an aside there's another Lutheran church across the road from this church presumably built after they had the inevitable divergence of opinions.
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  9. #5889
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    [QUOTE=Rooz;314661
    50/1.4
    f2, 1/50s, iso400, sb400
    freakin cubby house wrecked my shot.
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    Has your son got an agent yet? If not I'll send him Harry M. Millers phone number.

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