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Old 03-06-2008, 05:35 AM   #616
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oooo, oooooo, LOSTS on , be back in the ads. . . . . . maybe
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damm it who ate my honey cashews???


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Those of you who've been to the Melbourne Zoo lately, what's it like? I've been past the place shitloads in the last year to go to uni and so forth, but never been into it. My mother's visiting next week and we're thinking about going on Wednesday ...
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oh, custom smilie panels I wonder why the LMAO guy has a receding hairline??
He's been laughing so hard that his hair has started to fall out?
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Those of you who've been to the Melbourne Zoo lately, what's it like? I've been past the place shitloads in the last year to go to uni and so forth, but never been into it. My mother's visiting next week and we're thinking about going on Wednesday ...
pretty frikking awesome , i liked the elephant walk , i think to see the whole thing properly you could take 2 days .

its always a rush comming up from geelong , we take alot of groups from work so have limited visit time.
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ads, yipee. I love the zoo. last time i went i came down with bronchitis but it was still reeaaaalllly fun
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OMG i love how my brain works, i had a stash bag of cashews that the vermin that live with me couldnt find . me FTW !
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Axver, I was reading a few pages back about you looking for photo opportunities in melbourne .....

sooooooo many!!!!!

I was thinking about taking some pic's in the Botanical Gardens at some stage (all the autumn colours and everything )
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Sounds like going to the Zoo will go down in our schedule then.

Mum went to it back in about 1992, so I imagine it's probably changed a fair bit since she last saw it.
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Axver, I was reading a few pages back about you looking for photo opportunities in melbourne .....

sooooooo many!!!!!

I was thinking about taking some pic's in the Botanical Gardens at some stage (all the autumn colours and everything )
Oooh, yes, the Botanical Gardens would probably be a really good idea. If you want to go and photograph there while talking U2, let me know! I need to burn and give you some PT stuff sometime soon too ...
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oh .. and something else that popped into my head. A little while back, I did a Ghost walk tour in the city with some friends and I thought that would be an awesome chance to get some moody, spooky night time shots of the city. It's really, really interesting actually ... Melbourne, for some reason, looks like a completely different place at night. I felt really disoriantated at some points
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oh .. and something else that popped into my head. A little while back, I did a Ghost walk tour in the city with some friends and I thought that would be an awesome chance to get some moody, spooky night time shots of the city. It's really, really interesting actually ... Melbourne, for some reason, looks like a completely different place at night. I felt really disoriantated at some points


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Oooh, yes, the Botanical Gardens would probably be a really good idea. If you want to go and photograph there while talking U2, let me know! I need to burn and give you some PT stuff sometime soon too ...
yeah! that would be really nice actually! I need some music to prepare for the show
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