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Barnack's Monthly for March 2020 is "Walking, running, or jumping".

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septembre 2019 : quickly to the village party

 

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THIS THREAD IS NOW CLOSED.

Sadly the end of the month has come around again and the 138th Barnack's Monthly thread has to close but which was filled with a wonderful array of over 1,500 pictures and interpretations of this month's topic.  

Thank you to everyone who helped make March 2020's Barnack's Monthly another success by either posting, thanking, or just looking and I hope you enjoyed doing it and will do so again. A special thank you to those who posted for the first time in the thread and, if you did, please post more because we'd love to see your pictures!

In recognition of the many 'lock-downs' that have been put in place around the globe to slow the rate of infection of Covid-19, the theme for Barnack's Monthly for April 2020 is: "Indoors" and you can find it at this link. 

I really do hope you will follow the link and post some of your pictures.

Thank you all again and see you in the new thread! 

Pete.

 

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