CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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#Mr Harrison - Red 12 empathises with you, demanding to be worn today, as I'd worn MMXV three times this week

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
tikkathree wrote: Lovely one. Here's a watch in front of a Cathedral but where?Image
Hmmm, North Transept of Norwich is Romanesque, this is very Gothic and of an altogether different stone unless my eyes deceive me. Salisbury, perchance?
Spot on. In the land of the son and daughter-in-law.
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
tikkathree wrote: Lovely one. Here's a watch in front of a Cathedral but where?Image
scooter wrote:Cathedral.

I don't think that's Salisbury AVO.

Nor Chichester, Winchester or Wells.

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Happy to be proved wrong, but THIS is Salisbury. Compare. Windows. Proportions of tower. Narthex on N. Side of Nave?

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
tikkathree wrote: Lovely one. Here's a watch in front of a Cathedral but where?Image
Hmmm, North Transept of Norwich is Romanesque, this is very Gothic and of an altogether different stone unless my eyes deceive me. Salisbury, perchance?
Spot on. In the land of the son and daughter-in-law.
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
tikkathree wrote: Lovely one. Here's a watch in front of a Cathedral but where?Image
scooter wrote:Cathedral.

I don't think that's Salisbury AVO.

Nor Chichester, Winchester or Wells.

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Happy to be proved wrong, but THIS is Salisbury. Compare. Windows. Proportions of tower. Narthex on N. Side of Nave?

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Today's little old chrono
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And a very nice chrono too. Thank you for the clarification on Salisbury.
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Wearing my C60 Kingfisher LE again today, love this watch.
Photo from yesterday as weather too dire to take a photo !


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^^^^^^ Great shot of the yellow Kingfisher ferg. :cooler:





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Stunning, stunning photo Paul of a great watch. :clap:

Even though my C5A MkIII, which you kindly sold to me, is smaller than my norm; it really wears well. :thumbup:

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Staff Christmas do tonight at a hotel in Norwich. Have booked a room so I don't have to nurse an orange juice and drive home. Slim got the nod, as the Flea has been very prominent all week.

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Thank you for the clarification on Salisbury.
There you go. What do I know?

We only go to Salisbury 3 or 4 times a month.

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
stefs wrote:Image
Stunning, stunning photo Paul of a great watch. :clap:

Even though my C5A MkIII, which you kindly sold to me, is smaller than my norm; it really wears well. :thumbup:

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Thanks Guy.
I agree they wear really well and not at all small. Probably as there is no function bezel.
The c5a's are really lovely watches....all versions
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scooter wrote:
Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Thank you for the clarification on Salisbury.
There you go. What do I know?

We only go to Salisbury 3 or 4 times a month.

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We go 3 or 4 times annually at most. Getting to like Cafe Rouge in Salisbury.

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Getting ready to party. Slim likes the shirt 'cos it goes with his face and boots.

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