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    1. Fatherclick 21 months ago | reply

      Wow! Were you on your belly on the ground? Awesome Possum!

    2. Ste Calland 21 months ago | reply

      Superb shot and great angle.

    3. Greg's Southern Ontario 21 months ago | reply

      Terrific low composition, everything comes together perfectly in this shot, family, building & B&W

    4. japanese forms 21 months ago | reply

      yay !

      excellent... you're on a role, Gavin

      thought maybe Hendrix or Miles Davis would have been on the bill

    5. mamnaimie 21 months ago | reply

      superb view & a bit of frost

    6. csh 22 21 months ago | reply

      Brilliant from this low angle ... fantastic in bw!

    7. El Tel63 21 months ago | reply

      Love your low angle shots !

    8. SCOTTS WORLD 21 months ago | reply

      Now that is a low angle, wow excellent shot!

    9. Flapweb 21 months ago | reply

      great POV and processing!

    10. Joshua's Story 21 months ago | reply

      Fantastic. Viewed as a group these are proving to be a fabulously coherent project. I'm loving these uploads.

    11. Frank Fullard 21 months ago | reply

      Great pov for a great shot!

    12. poboo 21 months ago | reply

      nice shot!!

    13. Hameediii 21 months ago | reply

      great angle and tones,Z

    14. The one M 21 months ago | reply

      No! No! No! Summer! Pleeeeaaaaasssee!
      I need the sun!

    15. DizDiz 21 months ago | reply

      Another superlative shot!!
      How DO you do it? I'm absolutely convinced that you're a Liliputian!!! :-) How else could you take such photos from the gutter?
      Or perhaps you mount your miniaturised robotic camera on a rat's back? :-D

    16. Okaar 21 months ago | reply

      Squat shot in action. :p

    17. bruxella 21 months ago | reply

      Yesss... good vibes !!!

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