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A few from Brittany

A few shots taken on our recent visit to Brittany.


Who's for a paddle. Sanderling with Turnstones in attendance.



We just love olives —they go well with a bottle (or two) of wine.




..........and with salami!
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Re: A few from Brittany

Great shots Bobs they put on a good display, not a great lover of olives.
The last time I fired the bren was at Cardington where I did my square bashing.
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Re: A few from Brittany

Brilliant pictures of the market
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Re: A few from Brittany

Love the birds in #1....
#2 and #3...there's some funny folk about.....Salami and Olives...yuk...lol

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Great shots Bobs they put on a good display, not a great lover of olives.
The last time I fired the bren was at Cardington where I did my square bashing.
Thanks John (it is John isn't it). Olives in France come in all shapes, sizes and flavours. I'm sure you'd find something to appeal to your pallet there.

I did my square bashing in Yatesbury and fired the Bren, Sten and 303. I was pretty good with the rifle so they wanted to put me in the RAF Regiment. They march at 180 steps per minute — I wasn't having any of that!
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Love the birds in #1....
#2 and #3...there's some funny folk about.....Salami and Olives...yuk...lol

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Thanks Keith. There were hundreds of birds on the beach and at the slightest movement from us, they would fly off. It was difficult to get close enough with just the kit 40-150 lens.
As for the salami and olives, you don't know what you're missing.
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Brilliant pictures of the market
Thanks James. I have a few more that may be of interest. I lurve French markets.
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