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Great delpeoples 2010-02-14 1:39

Hi Reed, another colourful and lively double portrait from you. I say double portrait because I suspect that's our intrepid photographer in reflection in the bottom balloon. I'm glad you tell me it's carnevale as otherwise I'd be worrying about your town where people roam round dressed like this :) What am I saying, people do roam round my town dressed like this - every day of the week :) Love your photo. Happy St Valentines Day, Lisa

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Old 02-14-2010, 02:55 PM
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Default To delpeoples: Dressing up

I know - Sydney was the first place I ever saw someone with a neon pink mohawk. He was dressed appropriately, too. 1979, sometime in November. I think the Sex Pistols were the hottest thing going at that point, and I did get to see Midnight Oil and Cheap Trick play on the steps of the Opera House.

I was a young sailor back then, that was one of the best ports of call ever!

Happy Valentines to you, too!
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Old 02-15-2010, 02:38 AM
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Thumbs up Yankee Sailors

Hi Reed

(Congrats on the new Intro photo too by the way

Yeah Sydney was a crazy town even then. Your tales of visiting Sydney as a sailor remind me of a saying the Aussies had about American sailors in Sydney during WWII - "Over sexed, overpaid and over here"

Anyways, enough of that, love your photo

Cheers
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