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I reckon he might enjoy showing his wife Marg how to grow perfect blooms now he has time to shower them with attention.


  1. I like his hearing aid. I have mine on this morning because I found it hard to hear what they were saying yesterday. I had to concentrate too hard. Must run for the bus.

  2. Fabulous portrait, teach me how pretty please.

  3. Julie, of course I didn't notice them at the time. I just spotted a likely face in the crowd.

    Diane, um pick a suspect, compose, shoot and tidy up the framing in post processing. In other words, plain good luck.


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