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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....

 

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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 :) 

 

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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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