harping back to autumn

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harping back to autumn

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A somewhat belated Christmas present arrived this morning, some semi-gloss photo paper. I've just tried it out, by printing a large version of this autumn shot, taken way back in Oct. 2011.

Now I need to get a frame but my local frame shop is locked down. I suppose that does give my wife time to find some wall space for it though.

Ken
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A reflection of autumn... :thumbup:
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The good ol' days... :crazy:

(Lovely image BTW !!!)
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It's amazing how good your garden pond can look sometimes!
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John Gray wrote:
03 Mar 2021, 16:52
It's amazing how good your garden pond can look sometimes!
If only it was my garden pond :sad: it actually one of the ponds at Mount Grace Priory.

Ken

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My lawn looks a bit like that on a bad day!
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