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    Posted: 28 December 2007 at 12:15
Nearly forgot to start this off again this week...:-)

The idea is to post pictures of stuff that begins with the letter in the title, in the style of a Children's alphabet book... extra kudos for anything obscure, surreal or funny...


This week’s letter is is 'H' (but don’t forget to keep posting in the earlier part of the alphabet too!)

H is for Home team


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H is for Heavy metal

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H is for Houses of Parliament
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I was waiting for this one :

H is for Huize Scherpenzeel (Scherpenzeel house)


H is for Hiding


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H is for Hole (and another leftover from the week 50 challenge)


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Mind the bandwidth of others, don't link pictures larger then 1024 wide or 960 pix high, see here
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H is for Hanging..... in this case socks, though it does look like a small mammal - size 10 woollen, with a hint of lycra! Any resemblance to bullet holes is entirely misleading. (Hotel in San Pedro de Atacama, Chile)



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H is for... Harley

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H is for... hungry

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H is for... Herb [Martinez]

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'H' is for Hollyhock, an old shot from summers past when it was warm outside... KM7D
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H is for Hairy What a beautiful monkey!A top model in the monkey world?
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H is for Hummingbird....


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H is for Hawk.



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H is also for Heron.



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