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Old Nov 2, 2012, 2:53 PM   #1
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Just got a tip off, that Santa might be bringing me a new camera soon !!
So I will be looking for some tips on photography in the very near future. I have had a wee squint around the forum, and some of the pics on here have blown me away.

Looking forward to interacting with you all, when I open my gift at xmas

Och aye the Noo !

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Old Nov 2, 2012, 3:54 PM   #2
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Hey Jim.

Welcome to Steve's

Please let your contacts with Santa know that I wouldn't mind having a nice new camera for Christmas, too. :-)
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Heck Jim, I;d settle for a trip to Scotland myself, (plus a wee bit of the spirits mind you).

Welcome and lookin forward to seeing a bit of the Island. I have a couple of Scotish friends and have never heard them say "Och aye the Noo". Lost expression I guess meaning Oh yes the now, ehich I don't understand the meaning there either, could you explain this term to me please, and when it is proper to use? Thanks
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Heck Jim, I;d settle for a trip to Scotland myself, (plus a wee bit of the spirits mind you).

Welcome and lookin forward to seeing a bit of the Island. I have a couple of Scotish friends and have never heard them say "Och aye the Noo". Lost expression I guess meaning Oh yes the now, ehich I don't understand the meaning there either, could you explain this term to me please, and when it is proper to use? Thanks
Hamish.... Hey Jim, are ye going fer a wee swally ?

Jim.... Och aye !

Hamish.... When Jim ?

Jim.... The noo, or when the moons up.

Hamish.... aye Jim, Its a braw bricht moonlicht nicht the nicht !

Jim.... "Och aye the noo"

A braw bricht moonlicht nicht in Dundee, my home town...

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What a splendid response Sir! Superior photograph of ye homeland to be sure!!. Something to be proud of I'd be sayin! Cheers and save a pint (or perhaps a dram of the good stuff). for me!
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