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Canals! Chocolate! Waffles! Beer!

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I'm in Ghent.
18th Sep 2007, 15:30   comments (3)

Flood

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What's left when the river subsides
16th Sep 2007, 16:21   comments (6)

The mountain will go to Mohammed ...

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... it will drive. It won't get out of the car. God's mode of transport has not been specified.
10th Sep 2007, 16:15   comments (0)

Bike riding blues

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Has so nearly got it. Just needs to know that she has.
9th Sep 2007, 17:48   comments (3)

Fun with movies pt 31

One of my favourite films. I've tried to show something associated with 4 of the main characters without actually showing their faces. (actually, the last two images are associated with only one of the characters)
4th Sep 2007, 11:12   | tags:comments (14)

return to earth

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I've been strolling past this building for the last 7 years or so and enjoying seeing the landscape swallow it up.

You can see the same building two years ago here
4th Sep 2007, 10:21   comments (2)

Girl and her dog

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View from the riverbank yesterday. I realise now that the partners of photographers really are a patient lot.
3rd Sep 2007, 13:12   comments (0)

You're welcome ... but keep you distance

Oh, the Epynt is a military training zone and although you can walk around the perimeter, they'd rather you stayed on the path. I did ... and didn't even pick up the bullet I saw when I was eating lunch.
2nd Sep 2007, 20:34   comments (4)