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Favourite Photo Friday – Muslims, Big Ben and Cute Puppies

For your perusal this Friday morning: ten unconnected but interesting images to get you thinking and day dreaming.

A wintry Big Ben in the snow

Training for the Bob Graham Round in the Lake District.

Praying in Trafalgar Square

Dog plus mud = bliss

a falling water drop

Clapham Common bandstand in the snow

Arrested

Iceland crossing

sunset camping in turkey

The Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

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  1. Wonderful set of photos and ones I enjoyed seeing.

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