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    I like my humans raw ::::

    I was taking some shot's in the back yard the other day and was nearly eaten alive by mozzies. Spotted this one on my thigh and decided to take a picture rather that splatting him. Here I was in the back yard balancing on one leg while pointing a camera at my thigh. The neighbours must be fairly confident that I'm a loon now

    In the end I rewarded myself by splatting the little bugger ... what a mess
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    Eww how can you do this? Good shot though.
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    were is the after shot
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    yeah... where's the after shot lol
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    Sorry I cannot see any mess.

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    teasing us with the before and holding back the after thats just meen
    great shot tho
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    I think it would be a her not a him, but it's an interesting photo.

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    I was thinking of taking an after shot but decided against it as as I assumed that the majority of members would be apposed this abhorrent act of violence

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    + 1 for an after shot This could almost go to a poll...

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    Great shot but I hate mozzies lol
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    Good one ...

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    Ouch!
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