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Beauty in the eye of the beholder

Hi there everyone!

We were out for a walk last weekend when my wife decided that I was taking too many pictures and decided to photobomb me. The second time she did I was ready with the 12-50mm set to Macro.


I believe I had the last laugh!

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Re: Beauty in the eye of the beholder

Diabolically clever, Har ... ooops, I mean Ralph!

Love it

Edit: btw, is that the scullery or the doghouse I see reflected
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Re: Beauty in the eye of the beholder

Unusual to say the least.
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Re: Beauty in the eye of the beholder

I think the aye's clearly win it.
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Re: Beauty in the eye of the beholder

Well caught Ralph. And I see we share a hairstyle

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Re: Beauty in the eye of the beholder

Hi everyone!

Mark - the building in the background used to be a visitors centre in the woods, quite what it was used forbefore that I'm not quite sure - possibly a chapel although it is in the middle of nowhere.

Bikie John - I really should have worn a hat to save blowing the highlights!

Thanks for looking!

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