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    Quote Originally Posted by fluffy_penguins View Post
    are you sure there are no penguins in bray? have you checked the chip shop? penguins like chips.
    Ahh so that's what they were...
    I was sure the local convent was letting in a smaller breed of fried potato lovin' nuns.. That's a blessed relief..

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    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefizz View Post
    Let my know if you are stuck for film David, the chances are I will have what you need.
    Peter,

    Thanks for the offer, have managed to get some Kodak T-Max (non C41) locally in Bray, so I'm all set. Next time out I'm going to get some IR film as its something I have been threatening to try. Which IR film do you use?

    See you tomorrow!

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    IR film.

    Quote Originally Posted by dferrie View Post
    Peter,

    Thanks for the offer, have managed to get some Kodak T-Max (non C41) locally in Bray, so I'm all set. Next time out I'm going to get some IR film as its something I have been threatening to try. Which IR film do you use?

    See you tomorrow!

    David
    Hi David,

    I'll give you a run down tomorrow on what IR film and filters etc. that I use.

    See you then,
    Peter
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    Hi All
    It would be an absolute pleasure to meet you all. Any time is good for me, Just let me know when
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonite View Post
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    It would be an absolute pleasure to meet you all. Any time is good for me, Just let me know when
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    Hey Brian, its on tomorrow [12th May] at 10am in Clonmacnoise. It would be great if you could make it.

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    Who was in charge of weather?

    :o

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    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Síle View Post
    Who was in charge of weather?

    :o

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    Great to meet you

    Hi Guys,

    Just arrived home, hope you all made it home safe and well. Wanted to say that I enjoyed the day, great idea for a location, and enjoyed meeting everyone.

    David
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    Yes it was a good day and it was nice to meet David & Sile. Now I have to find time to develope all that film.

    Glad that spare film of mine found a good home. My marriage is now back online as the fridge now has room for all the food.

    Peter
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    I really enjoyed the day too thanks to everyone.. it was a great idea for a location Peter, thank you and Fintan thank you for a great lunch venue!
    For our next outing, I think I'll look after the weather though if no one objects?
    It was really lovely to meet you all.. and I'm already looking forward to the next one!

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