CWL of the day

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MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident Black Bezel for the evening.

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brilliant photo Ferg. A man with talent.
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Winnie Bloo wrote:Cool pic Ferg :thumbup:

Dave :wave:
Thank you Dave :)
Your C600 is looking brilliant mate.
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chrisw wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C60 Trident Black Bezel for the evening.

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brilliant photo Ferg. A man with talent.
Thanks Chris ;)
Very pleased with that photo too.
Pure luck really, HTC One camera with b&w filter.
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Two can play at B&W photos

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or how about a vintaged vintage

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Well played too Guy !
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Bath time with my C600.. Mr. Turtle is checking out the tritium tubes.

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I need an accurate timer for my pizza!

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Konketsu wrote:Bath time with my C600.. Mr. Turtle is checking out the tritium tubes.

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C600 and Mr. Turtle by J.W.C., on Flickr
Brilliant, had mine on today, nomos for tonight.
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C65 Trident Classic for today.

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C20 today. Well for now anyway. :lol:

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footycrazy wrote:C20 today. Well for now anyway. :lol:

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Nice for a change - back into thinking I should have at least ine CWL in my collection. You know which one Graham :silent:
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footycrazy wrote:C20 today. Well for now anyway. :lol:

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What a fantastic trio. That IWC is tiny! (But perfectly formed! ;) )
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Konketsu wrote:Bath time with my C600.. Mr. Turtle is checking out the tritium tubes.

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Wish they did that dial on the Trident Pro's!
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Been doing some strap switching this afternoon and now wearing this

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