Arrsers self taken photo collection.

Kirkz

LE
Caffeine and sugar OD...see you in a week once you have calmed down.
I'm not going to drink them all today ffs.
Probably last about 3 weeks and Kirkz Mk2 will drink most of them.
 

daz

LE
Great shots as always, Double D and Daz!

- Ed
I know Dave said he's put on weight, but there's no need to mention his moobs :)
 
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daz

LE
Test shots after dropping the lens................it still works :)

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I've been stuck indoors since March, wondering what to do with myself. Wondering why I am in Latin America at all. Then I remembered: A few phots from my very first ever tour actually in charge of a group. Really good fun, but just like the first time in charge of soldiers, just a tiny bit scary as well.
 
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I’ve been to The Galapagos Isles ten times, I think. It never gets old, apart from someone always, ALWAYS, decides to copy the sea lions on the benches.
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First pic is a rotting old tree outside the hut I used to live in in the Amazon. The tree was surveyed by some ecologists who reckoned that it supported between 300 and 350 different species as it rotted down. Next two pics show the accommodation area and the kitchen. The next few pics are of an ever present danger in the jungle, a landslide. This one small, but normal for the locals. Not so normal for us at the time. Ecuador.
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Camping in the Ecuadorean cloud forest... Just like the Amazon with two minor differences; it’s higher (2500-4500 m AMSL), and in the Amazon every living insect, plant animal, everything, wants to eat you. In the cloud forest it’s only the weather that wants to kill you.
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daz

LE
Have you thought about converting a couple of those to Mono, they would look quite good I think.
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