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UK Manchester RoofTops Night - April 2016

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Hi all bout time i stuck some stuff up ..


These are some nice roof shots over Manchester. I hope you all enjoy. Its a mixture of places and cant really do history has its roof stuff. But taken over manny with @stranton in tow. Was some good shots so that's why i am uploading them. Sorry for lack of history etc but nowt else really to say except it was beautiful. Anyways enjoy all....
































There you go all. Really hope you like them. Many thanks for looking and shout out to those that helped with some of these. Laters all

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Really nice work CBS, sorry I couldnt make a night with you until it was too late. :( 

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On 25/05/2016 at 6:09 PM, Vulex said:

Really nice work CBS, sorry I couldnt make a night with you until it was too late. :( 

It's no problem m8ty plenty more time besides deffo enjoyed the drink we had .. I'm still gutted on my poor vicarage .


On 25/05/2016 at 2:23 PM, Lavino said:

Good them CBS nice to see you out and about..

Always m8ty can't keep me away lol got more too do yet . Thx for replying.


On 25/05/2016 at 1:37 PM, Maniac said:

Nice clear shots there @coolboyslim :) 

Thanks m8ty . Can't beat a bit of roofing to make your pictures shine love it . And thanks for replying it's appreciated 

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13 minutes ago, hamtagger said:

Some nice shots there @coolboyslim mate, I'm liking those moony ones :) 



Ain't they just really nice . Came out sweet . Pic 11 12 and 13 are my faves. Pic 11 was pure luck has its the footy stadium all lit up and makes for a cracking shot . Thx for nice comment m8ty very appreciated.. 

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17 hours ago, Ferox said:

You have got some great shots there CBS. Thanks for the share buddy :thumb

Cheers ferox m8ty thanks for replying... 

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