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ian1949 on March 9, 2013

Very nice Sam and a nice bit of steel to go round the edge to finish it off, nice touch.

© KennyW on March 9, 2013

Very clever Sam, is that a giant hamster climbing over the huts?

Regards

Kenny

Neil Grimwood on March 9, 2013

Aha!! I wondered where my thatch had gone;-)) You've done some thinking on this one mate,nice touch....gets you dunnit!!;-)))

Yorkshire Sam on March 9, 2013

Cheers Ian, I'm pleased you like the finishing touches.

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It could be Kenny though from experience most of the wildlife down there is 2 legged.

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I always put some thought in Neil and likewise I have to keep raising the bar with you all hot on my trail now ;o) Good to see people giving it a whirl ( see what I did there :o) ) .

best wishes to you all, Sam :o)

Andy Rodker on March 15, 2013

Clever title, interesting and well designed work of art.

like

best wishes, Andy

Yorkshire Sam on March 17, 2013

Hi Andy, not sure about the work of art, probably just the work of someone with too much time on their hands but I thank you anyway and I'm delighted you enjoyed it.

regards, Sam :o)

David Brown Photogra… on April 7, 2013

Now I normally like your little green hits shots Sam but the Mohawk doesn't suit them much in this 'un!

Very creative I must say!

Keep smilin' it'll soon be spring! - David

Yorkshire Sam on April 7, 2013

It's all a matter of taste David, as the saying goes.. "you can't please all of the people all of the time". They crucified Jesus for f*s sake so what chance do I stand ? :o) As you've chosen only this one that you don't like to comment upon I dread to think what you reckon to all t'others I've added since.

Can't help but smile mate, cheers :o)

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