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GCPS Trickery or just a lack of coffee?

 
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Jun 07, 2004 11:04 |  #1

I don't remember taking this picture... Then again I don't remember putting my camera down... Did I take this picture during a lapse of memory in that hazy time between coffees? Or did Ian sneak a shot off using my camera?

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I'd hate to think that Ian's photography "talents" are contagious. <shudder>

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Jun 07, 2004 11:15 |  #2



that is beautiful
is that a 'nearly' black and white shot
or justa beautiful colour ?! :shock:

it's not coffee coloured anyway


:mrgreen: :mrgreen:


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Jun 07, 2004 11:21 |  #3

Hmmm lets see...

The duck has "assumed the position" and is searching for its bellybutton.

Yep, I'd say you caught whatever it is that Ian has! :lol:




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Jun 07, 2004 11:23 |  #4

On second thoughts... it could just be one of those infamous "Canadian Ducks" :mrgreen:




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Jun 07, 2004 11:25 |  #5

Sweet!
You caught the disease :!:


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Jun 07, 2004 11:31 |  #6

duck fever

saw this on saturday locally and gave the duck a few bob... thinking of you all

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:mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Jun 07, 2004 11:36 |  #7

If you ask me (not that anybody's asking, mind you), I'd say it definitely has to be the Montreal air. There's something "different" about the air up their. You won't believe all the "weird" birds we saw up there this past weekend. :mrgreen:


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Jun 07, 2004 11:36 |  #8

IanD wrote:
Sweet!
You caught the disease :!:

OH NO!!

And I found myself saying things like "That's a pretty bird, ay?"

On the drive home I had some fun translating the road signs. My favorite was the picture of a jumping deer with "Prudence!" in huge letters. Translation: "Look oot for deer, ay?"

When my wife asked about the weekend, I said "Oooh, it was be-ootiful, ay?" and she just rolled her eyes.

I think there's something in Tim Horton's coffee...


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Jun 07, 2004 13:45 |  #9

Scottes wrote:
My favorite was the picture of a jumping deer with "Prudence!" in huge letters. Translation: "Look oot for deer, ay?"

Hmm... Were you on White Album road? That sign seems to read like the song title "Dear Prudence" on the Beatles "White Album."




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Jun 07, 2004 13:47 |  #10

Hahahaha

Maybe I don't wanna go on the fall trip :lol: :lol:

That pic definately has IanD's trademark on it :D

JZ




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Jun 07, 2004 16:59 |  #11

Very interesting... hmmmm. I vote for alien duck that projected it's image into your camera. That thing on its leg is the beaming device.

It's a lovely looking duck - whatever kind is it? And a nice shot of it..


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