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Old Apr 21, 2005, 8:13 AM   #1
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Old Apr 21, 2005, 3:00 PM   #2
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so the shots are not the greatest

Julie, No.3 IS a great shot as is, the colour, composition, etc

Nicely done
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Old Apr 21, 2005, 3:07 PM   #3
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I agree with JakeT. #3 is beautiful....cheers....thekman.
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Old Apr 21, 2005, 7:08 PM   #4
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Thanks for looking:-)
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No 1 for me. I just like that you captured so many at once.

Is this what Alf Stewart means when he says "flamin' great Galah" ?
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No 1 for me. I just like that you captured so many at once.

Is this what Alf Stewart means when he says "flamin' great Galah" ?

Oh god, dont tell me you watch "home and a way":roll::-), yes thats what he is taking about:-)
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I will swear in a court of law that I have only ever watched it under great duress. That and Neighbours. Oh how I miss Sons and Daughters though .

Anyway, they show us Brits what life is really like down under, if it wasn't for thesedocumentaries we would think you were all still in chains :blah:.
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seriously, It's about as close to real life as "East enders" or Monty Pythons meaning of lifeis to the British.

It's not sunny all the time and we dont all live by the coast.

not everyone is blond and good looking

there are more than two adults to every 20 teenagers

Theres more than one cafe in each town

We don't have quite as many stalkers

Not all neighbors are in each other pockets all the time, I don't even know my own neighbors last name and have lived here for years.

Thereare fat kids living in Australia and black kids and Asians and ..........

Thank god I don't live in the burbs
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