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Nov 14, 2017 17:16 |  #31

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Nov 14, 2017 17:40 |  #32

I was going to ask if they all arrived by train, I guess that answers that. I didn't see that picture posted earlier, was there a link to a photo album with more pictures in it?


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Nov 14, 2017 20:17 |  #33

I probarbly should delete this post at some point in case by some weird miracle they come across it and possibly take it the wrong way.

Having said that I am DLing all the edits and sending it to them for a laugh. It would be fine if i sent them as opposed to them stumbling across them.




  
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Nov 15, 2017 12:19 |  #34

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I probarbly should delete this post at some point in case by some weird miracle they come across it and possibly take it the wrong way.

Having said that I am DLing all the edits and sending it to them for a laugh. It would be fine if i sent them as opposed to them stumbling across them.

Wow, George......that never occurred to me. I apologize if all of the nonsense has offended you or your family. I know everyone is just clowning around, but I will certainly delete my post if you would like.


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Nov 15, 2017 14:12 |  #35

I deleted mine, it was a bit over the top and I could see a client getting upset at being a brunt of jokes on a photography board. Still funny submissions though!


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Nov 15, 2017 14:38 |  #36

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Wow, George......that never occurred to me. I apologize if all of the nonsense has offended you or your family. I know everyone is just clowning around, but I will certainly delete my post if you would like.

No no no ....

No offence at all really. I think it's hilarious

I was just concerned with the million to one chance that they saw them ( they are not friends they are paying clients) thats they might take offence. I can't imagine them finding it, but you never know.

The reason I posted the image was, I got HEAPS of comments on it when I posted the teaser images the day after the wedding on FB from their people and my friends, I thought I should work on it as a portfolio image.




  
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