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    Default Hellingly Autumn '08


    Having thought my Springtime visit with Reaperman could be the last - what with building and conversion work looking to be imminent, i was surprised and pleased to be back several months later.

    I met up with Simon, Chris and Pete at a local pub where Simon exclaimed a pint was already in order due to horrendous traffic. Following refreshments we made our way onto the site at a very casual mid-afternoon time.

    I had opted for something a bit different on the photographic side as i had been to Hellingly a fair bit - i was using only a 50mm, fully manual focus and exposure lens. It was hard to use and extremely zoomed in!

    Results are very different - more artsy than my usual report format.

    Still....Enjoy!



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    Default Nice one


    Nice to see some different angles,this place looks well fooked though.
    The Pyestock widow

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    Some different shots there, good stuff.

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    Cool


    Nice shots & nice perspectives! :)
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    & feel free to add stuff to this..... ;)
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    Thumbs up


    Totally crackin' set of pics Sir :)

    Lb:jimlad:
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    Think we're gonna need a bigger boat

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