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UK South Forelands #1 and Oil Mills West, March '13

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Now then.

Recently Maniac, Frosty and I went out for a spot of Dover derping and this is "wot we done" ;)

South trollands #1:

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Troll mills west:

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Thanks to the guys for an entertaining evening out, and thanks to you for looking in,

R. Jewson

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Well bugger me, you actually posted a report! That makes at least 3 that I'm aware of - careful, you'll get a reputation. :lol:

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Well bugger me, you actually posted a report! That makes at least 3 that I'm aware of - careful, you'll get a reputation. :lol:

This means I only have to post one more report this year :D I'll space it out, do it in August some time ;-)

@Wevs I should mention that lighting is mostly © Mike industries ;-)

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ah mr Maniacs lighting services..was thinking for a 30 second exposure you must have run like fuck to get that all done ;)

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ah mr Maniacs lighting services..was thinking for a 30 second exposure you must have run like fuck to get that all done ;)

He did :lol:

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ah mr Maniacs lighting services..was thinking for a 30 second exposure you must have run like fuck to get that all done ;)

He did :lol:

Good man.. :)

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