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    Maybe it was one of the fabled killer rabbits, you are quite lucky to have survived.

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    Here, the Beast of Bodmin, an English "bunny" at 40kg:



    Do you think that a mere English bunny might
    overshadow any self-respecting Irish Hare?

    I rest my case.
    Last edited by Rolleiflexible; 06-07-2007 at 10:54 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Hi Sile, don't forget to make sure the OPW have the customary scaffolding erected around some of the site.:rolleyes: It just adds that something special, don't you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefizz View Post
    Hi Sile, don't forget to make sure the OPW have the customary scaffolding erected around some of the site.:rolleyes: It just adds that something special, don't you think?
    I'm actually heading down there now for the morning, so I'll bring my spare scaffolding just in case and if there's none around the tower.. I'll build my own
    No OPW site is the same without it!

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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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    Summary

    Hi all,

    Just to make sure I have this straight and to recap, the plan is to visit Glendalough, possibly Sally Gap on the way to coast for coastal landscapes. The following weekend dates do NOT suit various members:
    • 30th June/1st July
    • 7/8th July
    • 28/29th July
    • 4/5th August
    • 11/12th August
    • 17/18th August

    I think that means that our options for July/August, I'm not sure if end June is being considered, are:
    • 14th July
    • 21st July
    • 25th August

    I think it's generally agreed that we need to get an early start so that we can get shots of Monastic settlement before tours arrive, that probably means a start of 8-9am. Is anyone considering staying locally overnight on Friday?

    Oh yes, let's not forget that there maybe be a Kangarabbit on the loose

    I think that's a summary of how things stand at the moment.

    David
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    I think we are just waiting for the Penguin to let us know what dates she is available.
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    Apologies to all.

    I had pasted a photo of the horrific Bodmin Bunny in my
    post but now it has morphed into that horrible green face.
    Perhaps that is its true spirit, emanating from the screen.

    Another effort, on less-heroic scale:


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    I've heard of Hare Volumiser... now here's living proof..

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    Last edited by Síle; 06-08-2007 at 12:45 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: 2 many giant bunnies
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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
    Hi Sile, don't forget to make sure the OPW have the customary scaffolding erected around some of the site.:rolleyes: It just adds that something special, don't you think?
    Peter you'll be happy to know that the OPW took over the site in the mid 1800's and once all restoration work was completed, it was handed over to and now now run by Dúchas and there isn't a piece of scaffolding in sight


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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
    Peter you'll be happy to know that the OPW took over the site in the mid 1800's and once all restoration work was completed, it was handed over to and now now run by Dúchas and there isn't a piece of scaffolding in sight


    Síle
    Yahoooooo..........

    All we need now is the weather which you have been absolved of organising I will be arranging lots of sun with beautiful blue skies and white fluffy clouds.
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