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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    that is down to your perception, and thefore as valid as mine - I saw a poodle
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    understand what is meant by 'the remains of the day'

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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    On second thoughts...

    ..I see the tear stains of a Magix user who has failed to turn off the nag screen after failing to upgrade in time..

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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    that is the glory of rorschach-esque perception - no-one is wrong
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    understand what is meant by 'the remains of the day'

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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    A very charming dog, possibly with a puppy in bottom right corner

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    I can imagine now, at Gaddesden Place.. "Hey, guys look at this, our users are crazy! ..they are looking at stains and seeing pictures!"

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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    I don't know why did you take that picture? Looks like you are standing on granite or something and thought the image interesting, kinda looks like a sky with stars showing during the day
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    Quote Originally Posted by Penny O'Rorke View Post
    A very charming dog, possibly with a puppy in bottom right corner
    there speaks an artist; that is a good visualisation

    I can imagine now, at Gaddesden Place.. "Hey, guys look at this, our users are crazy! ..they are looking at stains and seeing pictures!"
    you know I don't think they will give a damn as long as they shift product


    I don't know why did you take that picture? Looks like you are standing on granite or something and thought the image interesting, kinda looks like a sky with stars showing during the day
    thanks larry that too is a good way of looking at it.. what it is, is a piece of stained chipboard, and maybe, just maybe, what you see says something about you
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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    handrawn, I an enjoying seeing you in the role of disruptor.
    I might ask for your TG group name to be changed to that.

    I don't know why so many seem perturbed; the Thread is in Off-topic chat.

    Acorn

    P.S. Apart from the typo, it is most definitely not the Hebrides; having lived there, it's far too tame.
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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    I spent a couple of weeks in Benbecula way back in the 70's .. flat cold windy, but great for those who like solitude
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