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Posted: Fri Jan 4th, 2013 06:46
 
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Was out walking a few days back and caught this fellow exiting a tavern in Colonial Williamsburg. Converted to B&W. Thought it could have been Eric with a beard?
Any comments would be appreciated.

B&W in next post

Attachment: Colonial Williamsburg Dec 2012 18 of 35 - Version 3.jpg (Downloaded 42 times)



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Posted: Fri Jan 4th, 2013 07:08
 
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Squarerigger wrote:
Any comments would be appreciated.

I never look that good, especially coming out of a tavern!

:cheers::cheers::cheers:.....................:sick:



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And in your photo as in my avatar the character looks from right to left. We have learned to write and read the other way around, ie from left to right. I appreciate the separation of the background character through blurry clarity



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Well he looks fine certainly not the worse for wear!  Doesnt bother me if he is looking left or right but he needs to do both if he is crossing the road. 
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Posted: Sun Dec 13th, 2020 04:25
 
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Squarerigger wrote:
B&W in next post Has the forum eaten the B&W?  Or haven't you posted it yet?

Nice to see you post again Gary!



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Erm - Gary's post is 2013 :lol:



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Mmmm...

Right.  And I posted my reply on December the 13th.   o.O



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