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Filename:LIN.jpg
Album name:Robert Hardy / Common Birds in Lincolnshire
Photographer Name::Robert Hardy
Date and Lincs Location::Grainthorp marsh 7/3/2010
Filesize:129 KiB
Date added:Mar 07, 2010
Dimensions:470 x 646 pixels
Displayed:183 times
URL:http://www.lincsbirdclub.co.uk/album/displayimage.php?pid=11917
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Matthew Taylor   [Mar 08, 2010 at 07:13 PM]
Great shot
S and K Spavin   [Mar 08, 2010 at 09:07 PM]
nice shot Very Happy

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