CWL of the day

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My latest Charcoal edition :-)

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Booooo...was to go see Spectre today at my mall but stuff came up and it just got too late. My mom said she wanted to see it and also The Peanuts Movie so I couldn't go later by myself. You save some good cash on tickets and snacks by going on Tuesdays in the US so will have to wait a week. Thus, here I weep in front from my jpg poster, dreaming of what could have been.... :problem:

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Be interesting to see what you eventually think of Spectre .. feel free to leave your thoughts here (contains a few spoilers though, for info):

http://www.christopherwardforum.com/vie ... re#p492709
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MadJam250 wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C65 SKK for my first day off.
Lovely shot/watch Ferg. :-) :thumbup:

I recently traded mine for a new Steinhart Ocean 1 Titanium as I found, at 42mm (with a narrow bezel), it wore so big. I do miss it though. :?
Thanks Martin. The C65 is probably one of the watches that I could do the 'one watch' thing if I had to.
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^^^^^^ The C65 is a cracker but thank god we don,t have to. Eh Ferg. :lol:


C9 Harrison Chrono LE today.

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footycrazy wrote:^^^^^^ The C65 is a cracker but thank god we don,t have to. Eh Ferg. :lol:


C9 Harrison Chrono LE today.

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Thank God indeed !!

I love this photo of your C9 LE Graham, just fabulous.
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C600 IPK Elite for today and for visiting friends this evening.

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^^^^^^ Thankyou kindly. The C600 is looking fine also. 8)
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Second attempt to take an arty pic :silent: Finger prints everywhere due moving watches, bad lightning etc.. :problem:

I give up; it is much easier to just step outside and take a wrist shot :?

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MiniMpi wrote:
footycrazy wrote:^^^^^^ The C65 is a cracker but thank god we don,t have to. Eh Ferg. :lol:


C9 Harrison Chrono LE today.

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Thank God indeed !!

I love this photo of your C9 LE Graham, just fabulous.

I have to agree guys and I was just about to post a comment on this photo when I saw your comment. A couple of nice shots recently Graham
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Switched to this for the evening.
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Korkki wrote:Second attempt to take an arty pic :silent: Finger prints everywhere due moving watches, bad lightning etc.. :problem:

I give up; it is much easier to just step outside and take a wrist shot :?

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I think you actually nailed it Korkki, just enough light and you importantly got the colours of the dials spot on ;)
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C60 Trident Red FLE for an extra day shift.

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Off to a meeting in Birmingham today.
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