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    Go the Rabbitohs mudman's Avatar
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    moveing moment

    while out taking landscapes the other day i managed to this image of this moving moment.
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    Oh s**t, what a tail you tell with this one. There is a mannewer in this story. Grab a stool and enjoy....
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    You said it all Geoff !

    Nuff said.

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    I was going to comment on the vista but couldn't stop laughing , especially after reading Geoff's little speech. There is nothing like a bit of fun.
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    G'day mudman

    ...... and I suppose mate - that next week you'll be down the Clyde mountain to shoot poo-h bear and his hideout ......

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    well said Geoff. the sheep arn't looking becausethey are sheepih about such thimgs, or envious.

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    no phil, i'm going to Tidbinbilla shooting poobert t bear.
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    Maybe Its a good case for cropping the cr#pp out of the shot LOL
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    thought about that easty1, but it would have taken out the tails hair, which would not have been a good look.
    this way you geet more of a good look. lol

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