CWL of the day

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Monkey wrote:This one today.....the one that started it all off!!

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Very nice strap monkey. Where is it from? Thanks
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DSHall wrote:
Monkey wrote:This one today.....the one that started it all off!!

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Very nice strap monkey. Where is it from? Thanks

I've got a few like this, but I think it's this one...... http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/High-quaity-leath ... 45f282e1da

Pretty decent strap for the money :)
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Monkey wrote:
DSHall wrote:
Monkey wrote:This one today.....the one that started it all off!!

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Very nice strap monkey. Where is it from? Thanks

I've got a few like this, but I think it's this one...... http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/High-quaity-leath ... 45f282e1da

Pretty decent strap for the money :)
Thanks. Very good price 
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ianblyth wrote:C5 Battle of Britain today. Well the sun was out. :sun:

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Was C60 Trident on Maratac. Now C2 Forum LE no. 93. Huge grin and huge thanks to Marksaxton for letting it go and being a top guy to deal with. 2 x 
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Back to work today, first time in 5 months.
Nothing's changed, still 5hit!!!! Never mind, I thought I'd wear this as I've not so much as looked at it since last summer.

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Trident pro... the cold water test

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C2 Forum LE today. Thanks to Marksaxton.
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DSHall wrote:Image

C2 Forum LE today. Thanks to Marksaxton.

You've just noticed how hard it is to take a wrist shot close up without blurring it :wink:

I always found my old SonyEricsson cameraphone easier to take them with, but found using a mini tripod isn't a bad way to do it.....as long as you can keep your arm still aswell :D
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Monkey wrote:
DSHall wrote:Image

C2 Forum LE today. Thanks to Marksaxton.

You've just noticed how hard it is to take a wrist shot close up without blurring it :wink:

I always found my old SonyEricsson cameraphone easier to take them with, but found using a mini tripod isn't a bad way to do it.....as long as you can keep your arm still aswell :D
Yeah and how easy it is to post on wrong thread oops.
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Fixed it for you. :)
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Kip wrote:Fixed it for you. :)
Thanks. Thought I was going mad there! Meds?
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today this on the left
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and this one on the right
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Not been getting much love lately with the Seiko BM & Sector joining the family, so....

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Back to the essential...

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