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    Awesome stuff, that tree is ace!
    Lol, looks like I have the same taste in music as people in a care home....
    Ace photos, been looking forward to these, thanks for sharing!

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    Classic stuff. Love it. Aladdin Sane....... Great album!

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    Cheers for the great comments :) much appreciated.
    Why go through a door when there's a perfectly good window?
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