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    Posted: 11 January 2008 at 10:48
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 'J' (but don’t forget to keep posting in the earlier part of the alphabet too!)

J is for Jay (my youngest son)
 



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J is for Jumping!
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J is for Jet engine
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J is for Jib with roller reefing



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J is for Jackdaw, walking on a roof





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J is for Jet, making you wet



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J is for Jelmer, the second hero of the Dutch Dyxum meeting last year

Shot during the only 5 min. I had a CZ 16-80 on my 5D
In 4 weeks I'll show the third hero of that memorable day.

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J is for... Jägermeister balloon

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I don't find J an easy letter, But here's another one (a leftover from the week 50 challenge)

J is for Junk

It's amazing what gets left behind in the nature
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J is for Jaguar (yes, I've also posted this one in the Show us what car you drive thread).

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Japanese Garden:

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Winter Joy

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J is for Jazz by Honda


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J is for Jaguar...
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