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    AP Meet - Sculpture By The Sea meet fun pics

    Ok I'll get the ball rolling. A few shots of the hardy souls who got up at ungodly hours this morning to catch the sunrise over Bondi (which was well worth it, mother nature turned a fantastic sky for us).

    At the start of the walk, with the sun just over the horizon :


    As Ness couldn't knock my tripod anymore, she had to find other creative ways of interfering with my shots :


    Case in point :


    And Bryan getting low on the sand for a shot :


    Let's see some more from everyone else who turned up.

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    Looks like you had a great time
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    Here's a couple of shots from the S.by the sea, AP Sydney meet
    never fails to amaze how people are thinking when they create their art
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    Great photos. It was a great morning. I'm still working on my photos, but here's a fun one I took as well.
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    That's a great shot Judy, nicely done !

    BDH - #5 is a magnificent shot, but only because of the good looking Nikonian you managed to capture in the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmPhot View Post
    That's a great shot Judy, nicely done !

    BDH - #5 is a magnificent shot, but only because of the good looking Nikonian you managed to capture in the frame.
    Damn
    I didn't see that, dont worry I'll crop the guy in the BG out

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    lol well played BDH.

    A shot of Judy at work, and an example of the great dawn sky we had this morning :

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    These all look great guys! I can't wait for next year now.
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    Looks like you guys had some fun on your meet. Some great shots you captured.
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    Some really nice shots there. The horse is incredible.
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    We went after lunch. Sorry I wasn't with the group. Some great work out there. My favourite was the tall lime green thing that slowly swung in the breeze, and change it's look as it swung. To much dust in my pic to post yet. I like these ones as well.

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    Thanks AmPhot for telling everyone what I get up to on these meets

    Neil - yes that tall lime green thing was good wasn't it? That was my Mum's favourite.
    I liked the sand shoes amongst many others. Will post pics tomorrow (including team pic) as I'm a little tired after a 4am start!

    Thanks for good meet as always - what shall we do next? Xmas party meet?!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunset View Post

    Thanks for good meet as always - what shall we do next? Xmas party meet?!!!
    Yeah but of Glenn wants to meet at 5.15am, the only way I'm going to be drinking is if I'm still up from the night before!

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    lol no worries Tony, I can bring a cup of concrete for you to deal with the early start ! Champagne breakfast somewhere perhaps ? Xmas meet sounds like a good idea, we'll have to start thinking of something so we can get it organised (just to depress everyone, it's only 5 1/2 weeks till Giftmas).

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    Here's a few more of the sculptures - I wasn't quite sure where to post these. This is good a place as any as I don't care if they CC'ed or not.
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    Love that last pic, Nellie. And I like AmPhot's pink sky with Judy in the shot. But I'm a sucker for pink skies. And I like the clock face or whatever it is, remionds me of the ruins of a civilsation.

    I found the ingenuity and imagination of the Currumbin sculptures amazing, looks like it is equally so at Bondi. Can someone post a pic of the mentioned green thingy, even if ti does have dust on the pic. Pretty please.
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    Odille if you look in the sundry forum ive posted a shot of that sculpture there. Im typing this on my phone so i cant post a link sorry.

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    Thanks Odile - I finally remembered to meter the sky rather than the object so I didn't blow out the highlights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmPhot View Post
    lol no worries Tony, I can bring a cup of concrete for you to deal with the early start ! Champagne breakfast somewhere perhaps ? Xmas meet sounds like a good idea, we'll have to start thinking of something so we can get it organised (just to depress everyone, it's only 5 1/2 weeks till Giftmas).
    Giftmas meet sounds good. i reckon it wouldnt be too hard to find gift as we know what everyone likes hehehe
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    Well time to post a few of my fun ones...

    I've never seen so may men interested in a handbag:



    There sure were some funny lookin' people around (I think I last saw this guy in Deliverance):



    And finally my favourite sculpture:


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