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What on earth am I doing...?
"War is too important to be left in the hands of soldiers..." by Someone Clever

Older photos taken on a Motorola v500, which was a bit crap to be honest...As of Nov 05 SE K750i AND now emailing from PC as it's cheaper! 2010 - now using an HTC Hero.



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Farmboyphil

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Farmboy at my house, refusing to have more wine! Something about wetting the bed?
20th Aug 2006, 00:38   | tags:comments (9)

Inside the Biome at Eden

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A brief glimpse of something interesting before its covered by children!
17th Aug 2006, 09:57   comments (3)

Biome

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Nearing the top of the route. Its about 170 metres all the way round the path.
17th Aug 2006, 09:54   comments (0)

Inside the Bio-Dome

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For the most part all I could see was the back of peoples heads or kids having their pictures taken in front of interesting bits. So we'd tend to push past while we could meaning we undoubtedly missed a lot of the interesting bits in here.
17th Aug 2006, 09:48   comments (0)

Inside the Biomes

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Some plants have misty water sprays beside them, keeping it all tropicaly humid.
17th Aug 2006, 09:45   comments (1)

Queing for Eden

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At last! Another que! This is the entrance to the main dome and the que very slowly snakes all the way around inside, up the slight slope of the quarry wall and back down again, returning you to where you start.
17th Aug 2006, 09:44   comments (1)

Nearly at the Dome

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In case you get lost, the direction to the domes is handily signposted...
17th Aug 2006, 09:41   comments (0)

Eden Project

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The rear end of Paddy and Tait as we go on the hunt for Stephen Baldwin.

This is actually a lovely spot, with a nice canopy of trees leading down avenue stylee to the front entrance of the Domes themselves.
17th Aug 2006, 09:40   comments (0)