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    Re: 204th Salon: Celebrate the dots

    Looking through my archives, it's so hard to narrow this to only two! I think I'll stick with an animal theme . . .

    Cheetahs


    Spotted Spiny Lobster


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    Re: 204th Salon: Celebrate the dots

    And the winner is the tastiest! :


    Quote Originally Posted by rogerioi View Post


    Well done!

    Kurt

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    Re: 204th Salon: Celebrate the dots

    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt View Post
    And the winner is the tastiest! :



    Well done!

    Kurt

    Congratulations rogerioi.

    Gosh that has the taste buds going!

    Thanks Kurt for running the Salon.

    Regards. Barr1e

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    Re: 204th Salon: Celebrate the dots

    Thank you and I can confirm it was tasty!

    It was part of a photo club gathering we called "cooking sessions". We cooked, we shoot and in the end we sat and appreciate the food. A simple pleasure.

    I'll think of something for the new salon and tomorrow I'll post the new thread.

    I honestly hope you will participate.

    Kind regards,

    Rogerio

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