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      Urban Reflections...







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      This is a quick review of my Black Rapid Sport Slim (as pictured below on the left)

      on the website (www.blackrapid.com) they say:
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      here are 2 of the better youtube videos of reviewing it (there are loads out there):
      *(sorry if there are any spelling mistakes, im dyslexic )*
    • By Judderman62
      The History
      Guyzance mill was constructed in the early 19th century and was a water powered
      corn mill. It is grade 2 listed and there has been a mill on the site since 1336.
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      The Visit
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      The Photos.
      Well these shots were taken with my newest acquisition - the diminutive Pentax Q.
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      thanks for looking

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