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UK Ally pally (roof) - June 2012

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Hope this is ok to post, got taken down on 28...Explored with one other, this place was easier then we first expected, one of my most relaxed explores i have done today, lovely view too =].

Also in cuddles a couple of photos of a return visit

Alexandra Palace is a building in North London, England. It stands in Alexandra Park, in an area between Hornsey, Muswell Hill and Wood Green. It was built in 1873 as a public centre of recreation, education and entertainment and as North London's counterpart to the Crystal Palace in South London.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandra_Palace

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This was taken when we where leaving but what ever d=

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slightly out of focus =/

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and again ><

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and a couple from the return visit :

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Rest can be seen at : http://www.flickr.com/photos/urdex/sets/72157629993723354/with/7410807838/

p.s : sorry if it's too pic heavy

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Very nice. Did you get up the mast thou?

can't say i did, didn't want to push our luck ;]

and ninja i should post my 20fc pics then if you think this is high d=

cheers all !!

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Guest Scattergun

Your roof topping shots are always shit hot mate, nice one :) I wanna do more high stuff haha.

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