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Post Options Post Options   Quote DaveK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 April 2008 at 22:54
T is for Tears

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T is for 'Touchdown!'

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'Tackle'

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T is for Tibet flag

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T is for Train Station


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T is for Tombstone...........

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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 April 2008 at 17:52
Originally posted by Klick-Klack Klick-Klack wrote:

T is for Train Station


Reminded me of an older shot of mine I posted before. I love old steam trains !



Edited by pegelli - 20 June 2008 at 23:08
Mind the bandwidth of others, don't link pictures larger then 1024 wide or 960 pix high, see here
 



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T is for Turtle...

Lazarus Long said "If it can't be expressed in figures, it's not science. It's opinion." Comments I leave are only my opinions. Feel free to disagree; your opinion is as valid as mine.
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T is for Tissot, my daily watch.

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T is for Turtle plant :


Dynax7d, Sigma 105mm Macro, f/16, 1/30s, ISO200

with this nameplate:

where you see that in Dutch Turtle = Schildpad
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T is for Takeoff


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T is for a normal-sized Truck

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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 May 2008 at 10:10
T is for the Town Hall of Schilde (Belgium)



Edited by pegelli - 08 June 2008 at 13:48
Mind the bandwidth of others, don't link pictures larger then 1024 wide or 960 pix high, see here
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Tulip (inside the flower)

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T is for Tattoo:


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