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I'm off to get some shots I think. I've had a gym induction this morning (30 minutes before nausea set in - I think the inductor was a little surprised how unfit a human could be and still function in society - but I shall be going back), done a heap of photography-related stuff and have a little to finish before picking up a camera and setting off to get some shots of the century ;-) inspired by Gueorgui Pinkhassov: if one wasn't inspired one would have to give up the photography altogether I think, such is this guy's talent.
UPDATE: Ran out of time before it got dark (which seemed to be about 2.30... sigh) - ah well, there's always... erm, the weekend? Oh well, ONWARDS! 

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