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A lovely set, and it's good to see you posting again.  I trust you are well?

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Again, as with the first post,  a wonderful set with stunning image quality and scenes that stir the interest.

 

Paul

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Rodrigue, James, Dave, Stuart, Paul and Louis thank you for your comments, very glad also you liked these pics.

 

Enclosing one in color, he's is eating "Fool" (grains, garlic, oil ...).

 

Regards,

Edgard

 

 

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