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UK Goodmayes Hospital - Feb 2013

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Very nice mate like the drunk in bed shot :)..think we had a look at this sk after harold wood..think i was so drunk i dont remember any of it?

Ay we did Wevsky you wondered off at one point we thought we'd lost you mate, think the guys found you chatting to some random with a dog

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Very nice mate like the drunk in bed shot :)..think we had a look at this sk after harold wood..think i was so drunk i dont remember any of it?

Ay we did Wevsky you wondered off at one point we thought we'd lost you mate, think the guys found you chatting to some random with a dog

:lol:

sounds bout right..

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Ace shots guys, really really good. Loving the prop shots with the bed and derpchair is also a winner. Some lovely ceilings in there, I am however a little disappointed in a lack of bannister shots Mr badbatz. :lol:

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No banisters to be found at this location lad. Otherwise i'd have been there 3 months composing the right angle LOL!

Haha. I know what you mean. I took about 2200 shots while we were in England. Half of em are stairwells! :?

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