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Jul 03, 2021 12:52 |  #1051

At the wedding - marriage officer and registrar.


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Jul 06, 2021 19:43 |  #1052

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i did 3 years on a Base Honor Guard detail and did this a few times myself. generally had a higher ranking NCO with us to present the flag but ive done it. pretty intimidating the first time you do it as an E-3 (Airman 1st Class, USAF)!


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Jul 10, 2021 17:40 |  #1053


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Jul 16, 2021 02:26 |  #1054

Working on the stonework of Lincoln Cathedral UK.


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Jul 21, 2021 20:28 as a reply to  @ OhLook's post |  #1055

This is a hard job


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Jul 21, 2021 20:28 as a reply to  @ Phoenixuk's post |  #1056

This is very hard work


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Jul 22, 2021 05:13 |  #1057

Trying my hand at zone focusing...


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16 hours ago |  #1058

all in a days work as a surveyors offsider


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16 hours ago |  #1059

electrofishing
not the way we catch fish down here - it was researching river health


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16 hours ago as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #1060

Surveying, looks like an easy job!! :p don't you have any crocodiles, anacondas or Nessies at your place?


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16 hours ago |  #1061

river rehabilitation work


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16 hours ago |  #1062

InPhoto wrote in post #19265150 (external link)
Surveying, looks like an easy job!! :p don't you have any crocodiles, anacondas or Nessies at your place?

none of those
just Tiger snakes, Copperhead snakes, Funnel Web spiders and Redback spiders :rolleyes:
all highly toxic :rolleyes:



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16 hours ago as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #1063

Brrrrrr......!


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15 hours ago |  #1064

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Richard's telling it like it is!
Welcome to Austalia's wildlife!
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Brrrrrr......!

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Richard's telling it like it is!
Welcome to Austalia's wildlife!
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yep - something like these are often come across when you start moving scrub and stones looking for old boundary marks


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