Battle Of Bosworth 2009 Photographs

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Battle Of Bosworth 2009 Photographs

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Hi All,

Lots of unedited pictures from Saturday at Bosworth on my Facebook link for you to mooch through if you wish.

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=1 ... c0aa1f2d0e

Let me know that it works ok.

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Works a treat :D
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Great photos Patrick, and good to meet you. Some lovely ones of the jousters. And of Bucket saying, "Git orff moi laaaand!" :D
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Good to meet you too. I'm really glad I popped along to have look. Felt like coming home almost, and great to bump into a few old chums. I'm sure we shall meet again. :-)

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It was good talking to you on the Saturday. omae.
I had no idea that Italian high fashion made me look such a fat, pompous git!
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Marcus Woodhouse wrote:It was good talking to you on the Saturday. omae.
I had no idea that Italian high fashion made me look such a fat, pompous git!
its not the clothes fault :twisted: :lol:

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the real lord duvet wrote:
Marcus Woodhouse wrote:It was good talking to you on the Saturday. omae.
I had no idea that Italian high fashion made me look such a fat, pompous git!
its not the clothes fault :twisted: :lol:
Wait 'til you see the photos of his "Robin, the Boy Blunder" outfit, as we christened it :twisted:
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The day I need fashion advice from you or Heeney will be the day I start supporting Rangers and attending Kirk.
At least you didn't see me with a burger and a ice lolly fatboy!
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Marcus Woodhouse wrote:The day I need fashion advice from you or Heeney will be the day I start supporting Rangers and attending Kirk.
At least you didn't see me with a burger and a ice lolly fatboy!
It was a milk chocolate Magnum actually, and I enjoyed every inauthentic minute of it as I stood right next to a 20th century ice cream van. :D Omnomnomnom...

Actually I thought your choice of scarlet and lime green was awesome and looked just like...

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...which is why we just had to get snaps.
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:shock:
You eat all you can take Jim, last time I saw anything as skinny as you I was using it to hold a tent in place.
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Ah but apprently being slim is more authentic for a soldier. :wink:
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Much more of this and it'll be handbags at dawn for you two...
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Jim Smith wrote:Much more of this and it'll be handbags at dawn for you two...
I wouldn't wanna knock any sequins off, they're a devil to sew back on again. :lol:
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Aaaaarrrggghhhh I started a fight! ;-)

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No you havn't.
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What Marcus said. Banter != fight.
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banter - I thought it was flirting

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the real lord duvet wrote:banter - I thought it was flirting
Baby you know I only have eyes for you. :wink:
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And they are gorgeous eyes,
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Great pictures, I live close to Bosworth Battlefield (you can see the water tower near my house from the top of the hill by the visitors centre) but unfortunately was preoccupied the past weekend

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