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    Beautiful

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    Had a day down the seaside. Dungeness to be precise.
    And, yes, I'm pleased to say we had a bag of chips for lunch with a bread roll and a can of Coke.





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    [QUOTE=Bernie;116358]okay, here's one from my little wander last night - I needed to get out in the air and see some natural things (work getting me down).

    I know that feeling. Getting out with nature certainly helps.

    Good idea for the thread by the way.

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    Great thread, not-so-good phone photo, but the River Tamar just looked beautiful.
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    That looks damn good to me, whether it was taken on a phone (but I know what you mean) or not.
    Amazing colours.
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    Thanks, but had to tweak it in Photo editor. :shame:

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    Some wonderful images appearing on here all

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    Two more .
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    First one is a massive boulder left over from the Ice Ages, covered with mosses, rock tripe lichens, a few ferns here and there, and is the home of many small spiders who make their webs in the cracks and crevices. It is roughly 2 meters above the ground where the pic was taken.
    The bottom is my style of Bushcrafter's/Woodsman's tea, using the fresh browse of Canada Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) for a wonderfully delicate pine flavour - no sweetener added .
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    Great pics OAT, are you wearing flektarn in the bottom photo ?
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    Well spotted Ken

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