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C60 "pepsi" GMT today..

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downer wrote:C60 "pepsi" GMT today..

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I've haven't been that big a fan of the Pepsi Trident, but this shot makes it look really stunning.
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Got to be this one today :D

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That is a stunning photo of the Trident, great work there downer.

DBR1 for me today complete (or incomplete) with well documented missing marker.

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C6 on Maratac Elite today.
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Been wearing this one today ImageImageImage
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Out snow boarding today in les Contamines, so thought I'd wear this one Image
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This is a real boring pic compared to yours clarky!!
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C600 on Maratac

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C20 Forum LE today but just for a change here is a pic of the back.
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C4 today. Image
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C6, the white one today :lol:

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Hunky chunky C4 blue. Interstingly someone I was working with today had on a blue Omega Seamaster and I thought the C4 not only held its own but looked better - even the much maligned bracelet looked good in the sun.
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Wearing my black C3 today. A more unusal photo with the sun reflecting the logo.
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And a more normal pic previously taken.
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ianblyth wrote:Wearing my black C3 today. A more unusal photo with the sun reflecting the logo.
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Very nice Ian! Really artistic.

Here's mine for the day:

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Litte bit over exposure, but I like the dail in this pic
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