V10 meets H3

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Rainy days and sundays

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25th May 2008, 16:31  

PrincessJun says:

Not so good weather with yourself Taniwha, great picture though.There's a never ending smell of BBQ's up here today. Makes a novel change having the better weather in the UK!

25th May 2008, 17:06

MaggieD says:

We had a bit of that this morning :(

25th May 2008, 17:06

Caine says:

Ace. I like this.

25th May 2008, 18:01

cracking photo! had to think for a while as to why the middle was dry, but I worked it out in the end!

25th May 2008, 18:35

nige says:

smashes it. superb.

25th May 2008, 19:00

SaharaSB says:

i had a feeling this was one of yours from the main page - great pic

25th May 2008, 19:59

taniwha says:

Thanks all. She was a little cutie under that thing. Don't mind the bad weather. I have an article to write tomorrow. Will be easier with the rain outside.

Sahara - long time no see!

25th May 2008, 21:08

taniwha says:

Thanks for the highlight

26th May 2008, 08:26

Dhamaka says:

I knew this was yours ... it's great

26th May 2008, 15:20

taniwha says:

Goodness, does this mean I have a style or just favourite topics?

26th May 2008, 16:28

Dhamaka says:

err.... pass?

26th May 2008, 22:02

fishsausage says:

a "carpenters" reference?
really?

30th May 2008, 09:16

taniwha says:

I know, I know ...

... not only that, but the day wasn't making me feel blue either.

30th May 2008, 09:17

lps says:

Beautiful!!!

1st Jun 2008, 11:25