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    first professionally framed landscape

    hey guys thought i would share my first professionally framed landscape

    pretty happy with how it turned out

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    pretty happy with how it turned out
    unlike how the linked image worked hey?
    Greg Bartle,
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    hey greg

    it works on my computer

    and was added using the forums uploader

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    Nothing here either.
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    ok lets see if photobucket works as well


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    That one works.

    Nice image too. It's going to look great on your wall!

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    thanks

    just have to find a wall now lol

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    I agree it will look great.
    Keith.

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    just have to find a wall now lol
    Just build an extention

    I'm just about to hit buy on a 60 x 180 Cm Streched canvas. I think I may need to extend my walls first though.

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    theres always the roof??

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    theres always the roof??

    Na, the ceiling in the bedroom.

    Jack

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    Great work. I wouldn't mind getting some of my shot framed one day. Would be good to see hanging up and know that you were the one to do it. Well done.
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