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Old Jul 10, 2007, 2:40 PM   #11
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Yes I see, to capture a subject in a particular way the art of the photographer,

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Old Jul 14, 2007, 4:09 AM   #12
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Old Jul 19, 2007, 6:30 AM   #13
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A few more shots









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Old Jul 19, 2007, 7:33 AM   #14
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Great addition to an already great series. Very carefully presented. Not a millimeter off.

Why don´t you show the dean these pictures. You can get multum £££££

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Great addition to an already great series. Why don´t you show the dean these pictures. You can get £££££

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ha ha!!I just wish :G

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Coming back to these pictures I wonder what the yellow lines in the seventh picture are made for. Is there an annual half marathon or something similar?

The blue above the windows in the last picture. Great

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Coming back to these pictures I wonder what the yellow lines in the seventh picture are made for. Is there an annual half marathon or something similar?

The blue above the windows in the last picture. Great

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In the UK double yellow lines on the roadsmeans no parking.

There are lots of car parks on the campus and all vehicles that

come into thegrounds have to pay a parking fee, seems to be

an extra way to get revenue :-)that many don't agree with.










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Old Jul 27, 2007, 6:24 AM   #18
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A few shots from the 'village' ..where the students lodge on campus

a lot of construction is going on at the moment on campus both in the

village and the teaching blocks. I should also add that a lot of the students

lodge off campus.













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Even more great, well prepared and tastefully presented photos. They all deserve individual comments

There is a saying here, translated something like: "It is the small, small details tha-at "does it""

There is even a melody to it; Da, da, da, daa, da, da dada dada daa da...

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Even more great, well prepared and tastefully presented photos. They all deserve individual comments

There is a saying here, translated something like: "It is the small, small details tha-at "does it""

There is even a melody to it; Da, da, da, daa, da, da dada dada daa da...

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