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    Congrats Stoo! That's a fine mag... But they must be slow getting to the US as I recently bought the January issue (68) which has a nice article by Mike Johnston. I'll look for the april issue sometime this summer!

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    I haven't been able to buy this magazine at either Borders or Barnes & Noble for more than a year.
    Louie

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    A big thankyou to Dave, and all of the APUGers who have taken the time to comment here.

    And also a thankyou for all your helpfull advice over my time spent here at APUG, forever helping me along the way to improving my photography. All very much appreciated.

    Not forgetting the inspiration I get every visit I make to the APUG galleries. Superb!

    Kindest Regards

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    Congrats Stoo.

    BTW What is "style equals rut"?

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    I went straight out and bought it. When I got home I realised I had Issue 70, March!

    I will try again next week.


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    My copy arrived yesterday and I thoroughly enjoyed the article and your images, Stoo! Good for you!

    Except for the fact that Talisker Bay is actually *my* bay

    Anne Marieke

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    Bravo.
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    250+ posts and still blogging! "Postcards from the Creative Journey"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annemarieke View Post
    Except for the fact that Talisker Bay is actually *my* bay

    Anne Marieke
    That makes three of us then
    Regards,
    Richard.

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    So it's quite crowded then!
    Regards Dave.

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    Superb selection of photographs Stoo and a great article too. The shot of The Old Man Of Stoor is absolutely gorgeous!


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