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Thread: Old Rolls Farm House - West Sussex - October 2017

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    I guess the locks on the fence didn't stop you getting in! Very nice photos


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    Nice one. Love the thunderbox.
    F,ing hippies. I shit hippies.

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    Love the comparison pics of the light switches Grom did your camera growl when you removed the fisheye

    I have a TV like that and I'm still using it without a license ofcourse
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    Great photos Gromr, may I ask, where is West Sussex is this? I have recently started photography and this would be a great place to capture, Thank You.

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