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Fender colours against Hurricane Flats


Ok everybody, I've been trying to post some interesting nautical pics to make sailnet more interesting. Unfortunately..I'm not getting much response.
If I am boring you, just let me know and I will go watch the GD TV and navigate the *&@#*^# couch.
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well......guess I'm outa here...bye ya'll..
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Another shot of contrasts, bright colours against a typical west coast winter day.
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well fine, heres a contrasting photo....

how could this vision want anything to do with the likes of me.

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Well, there's certainly nothing like brown (plump) titties in the sunlight, for sure!!!
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This was a still, misty day at our club, and when I took the shot from the condo seawall opposite my dock, I only noticed later how the single, small orange fender stood out amid all the other muted colours, including the waterslide in the distance.

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