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HAHAHAHAHA, Jeroen, I didn't think of that but you're exactly right! I wonder what's going on with her ruffled feathers?? Hopefully the male isn't playing too rough!

Thank you Bogdan

Best wishes - David

lovely photograph

Many thanks Gyöngyi


My thoughts exactly, sixten!

Indeed, David. Thankfully its not my house!

Laat je toch niet gek maken FD er zijn ernstiger dingen in het leven om je zorgen over te maken.

Dank Anne deze was op speciaal verzoek van Bruce dank voor de dikke L!

Hello Bruce glad I could fulfill your wish. It sure is healthy and I hope it will stay that way.

Hallo Ynze leuk dat je een kijke komt nemen bij mijn Favoriete boom. Door de jaren heen heb ik deze met enige regelmaat op de foto gezet. Altijd hoop ik maar weer op een net iets andere sfeer. De boom is 's zomers en 's winters vrijwel hetzelfde ik moet het dus hebben van de omgeving en de luchten.

Groeten, Best regards, Erik

yeah i figured it after I had been to Extra Information and checked the date and times,

Can't get away with anything can we.?????????


....but Doncaster? Really?

Ah....DJ worked out why! Cool.


Gordon actually photography and alcohol mix very nicely. The relaxing effects of the booze enable much more creative works. Consider the tower from the drunk's-eye view.


Thanks old pal - David



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