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Favourite Photo Friday – BMX bikes, husky dogs and self portraits

Here is the second selection of my 100 most interesting photographs (according to Flickr).

Italian silhouette

this is a photo opportunity

Sunset camp

Looking down from the Hofsjökull glacier towards the headwaters of the Þjórsá river
(photo taken by Chris Herwig but confusingly filed in my Flickr account)

Running by the canal

Planning a journey

Husky Dog in the Arctic

Clapham Common on a snowy night

Jumping into the sea at sunset. Using the self timer

bmx bike jumpers kid

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  1. Norman Wisdom Posted

    Amazing photography Al – wow!
    I love the night time snow one…

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