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Final Friday Favourite Photo – Beer, Tattoos and Bicycles

For the final Friday Favourite Photo selection I just had to include some puppies…

Hover over the pics for explanations.


Sexy Model in Underwear / Lingerie (and my bike...) in Slovenia

The End of Africa


The fourth plinth: Samba dancing lady


beer and tattoos


lost for words

Engagement shoot 030809

Crossing the Hofsjkull glacier, Iceland

Map reading in the desert

A wintry Big Ben in the snow

Packrafting the River jrs

The beginning of a ride

The start of our next river, the Markarfljot.

Early morning shower

Do you have any suggestions for future clusters of photos on the Photo Friday slot?

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  1. Nation Harris Posted

    There’s going to be no more photo fridays? 🙁



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