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UK Couple of roofs in brum and a crane in bristol- feb 2015

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Hit these up with slayaa and someone else who i dont think is on here a couple months back, i had already been up once but it was lashing it down so didnt get many pics first time round. Slayaa and an accomplice were in the area so we moseyed on up, the first few are from five ways roundabout in brum, then one from a roof we could see just out of town and lastly a random crane in bristol i did whilst i was down theere, unofrtunately i got all the way up the crane to find out i had no memory card in my camera! smooth move, so yeahh only got my camera pic unfortunately :( birminghams hardly brimming with landmarks once you get up high but hey its my nearest big city so im working what i gots!





bit further out of town, only really one shot to be had from here



awful quality :(-what a silly squasage


yknow that thing the kids are doing nowadays where they take picture of their shoes


thanks for having a nosey, its no london that's for sure but as i say, work with what ya got!

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Hey mate, you've got a great set of snaps there! Bigger tezzers than me climbing those things that's for sure ya nutters lol! Cheers for posting :thumb

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Oh thats still some nice views there though, makes a change from London! Nice set and i love that last one :)

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