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  • Autumn
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    Originally posted by Barr1e View Post
    Not a fry up


    B
    Could even be "Piled Up!"

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  • Barr1e
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    Not a fry up





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  • Barr1e
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    Up and Under



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  • Autumn
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    Originally posted by Rodbender View Post
    That's a good'en Audrey
    Thank you. Once I had it in a competition. I think it did quite well. I like it. Just so simple.

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  • Rodbender
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    Sure is. The little lad in my Cheer UP picture is her elder brother and he is also at university studying physics. When we moved here 17 years ago he was the one that named our home. As you know we live in a residential mobile home and when he first came to visit he said to my wife "I've got a play house too nanny ", so our house now is known as "Nanny's Play House" which amused our neighbours when we put the name pack up.

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  • Garry
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    Originally posted by Rodbender View Post
    Maybe it was this one She wanted to wear my cap to go to bed in.

    Great! That's the photo, I remember.

    Crikey, how time fly's.

    Frightening, isn't it.

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  • Rodbender
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    Maybe it was this one She wanted to wear my cap to go to bed in.

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  • Garry
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    Originally posted by Rodbender View Post
    Yes She is keen to become a fashion photographer. Studying photography at collage and will soon be going to university. I started her off with a Canon AE1 So that she got to grips with the basics. Make every shot count and not have the luxury of seeing the results till the film is processed. Problem was she had a phone with a built in camera and she was using that as well. Now using a bridge camera which she is doing quite well with.
    That's really good. Fortunate for her, that your around to have helped her.

    I seem to remember seeing a photo of your granddaughter some years ago, in another forum.

    She was a little girl then. Wondered if this was the same young lady?

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  • Rodbender
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    Originally posted by Garry View Post
    I see you have started teaching the youngsters, Ron.

    Good idea. Get them interested at a young age.

    Is this your granddaughter ?
    Yes She is keen to become a fashion photographer. Studying photography at collage and will soon be going to university. I started her off with a Canon AE1 So that she got to grips with the basics. Make every shot count and not have the luxury of seeing the results till the film is processed. Problem was she had a phone with a built in camera and she was using that as well. Now using a bridge camera which she is doing quite well with.

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  • Garry
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    I see you have started teaching the youngsters, Ron.

    Good idea. Get them interested at a young age.

    Is this your granddaughter ?

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  • Rodbender
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    That's a good'en Audrey

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  • Autumn
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    Washed Up


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  • Rodbender
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    Framing UP

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  • Garry
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    Looking up.


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  • Garry
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    Wind it up !

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