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    Top work mate and nice shots too

    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverlight View Post
    It is interesting (to me, anyway), the juxtaposition between an explore and the feelings/emotions a place evokes. Dictums Strictus is right, there is the decay, and the history of a place, but personally, I donít think there is anything wrong in being open to the feelings a venue offers. Flight of fancy? Maybe, but there is a story to tell, and like most stories, it requires active participation by the reader. Maybe thereís room for both?
    Absolutely, every explore evokes different feelings to me thats part the reason I do it!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    I'd have left them 2 cans of Fosters too. Love the rat.
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