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My pal doing what he does best
Superb Mono pin sharp with lots of detail, even the long grass is perfectly captured....John
Nice one Rod.
Works in mono, doesn't it?
Well i think so Bren
I can see and feel him enjoying himself and the fag in a lovely environment, feeling the breeze, a wonderful mono, Rod.
That's a man who knows how to relax, a great gift. I can remember the 'Hamlet' tv ads.
Well Rod I'll bet he's no goin tae be dane that for the next couple o days lookin at yer weather ...want tae borrow ma snow shoes dae think al need thum nae mair this year
Aye Eric the weather is mental tonite maybe get snowed in ma wee hoose for a few days that would be nice lol
I like this photo Rod !! A great slice of enjoying life
A cracking mono and a great candid photo
Thanks Steve more smokin than fishin lol
He's well chilled out Rod, great candid mono image
A cracking side profile Rod, one which shows how very at ease you pal is at ease.
You can't beat it,fishing, sunshine, and taking images,I bet your mate loves this one.
Gid wan Rod he seems tae be daein it with relatve ease good mono
Nice observational shot well handled
Super tone and clarity to this one ..............the world goes by...........very nice.
That's it Paul chilling oot by the dub
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