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someGuyinmasset on November 22, 2008

Thank you Jessica, I suspect you are correct in your reasoning. Guy.

jayzoe on November 23, 2008

Very impressive Guy. see you in the summer. Jay

someGuyinmasset on November 23, 2008

Hi Jay. Thanks. Hope we have a summer here for you next year. Guy.

roberto. r. on November 26, 2008

Some...Good effect. If you want it, go to ?. Gr. from Trieste r.r.

Itallica on July 15, 2009

Howdy Guy,

Cal introduced me to Panoramio and I've selected a number of yours as favourites; i'd choose more but want to leave room for others!


someGuyinmasset on July 15, 2009

Hey r.r., went to the shot but forgot to say hi here.

Howdy Itallica, nice to meet you. Thanks for picking some of mine as your faves. Lol I took a look you did pick a few. Guy.

JohnyTopaz on January 17, 2010

Ah Yes! Very similar! Brings to mind an old saying: "There is nothing new under the sun" and in this case, perhaps, nothing new About the sun:)

(If I had seen it before, I certainly can't remember.)

Itallica on January 17, 2010

It's the dark matter in the clouds pulling the suns rays apart.

whoelius on January 26, 2010


someGuyinmasset on January 27, 2010

Johny, Tery, who, you are getting very sleeeepy........

JohnyTopaz on January 27, 2010

I'd snore - but I'm at work. It's not allowed:(

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