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Thread: It's cold in Brum - Birmingham - Late 2012

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    Great pics and write up...cheers..

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    Bostin' report thanks for sharing.

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    The coffin shop looks mint!! Ace piccies even though theyre on the p**s!! :)
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    Really liked the write up - the angled approach worked well for some shots but I found holding the computer monitor at an angle didn't work so well as it kept falling over

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