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 Posted: Sat Apr 20th, 2013 04:34 pm
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I felt that Mynnyddos deserved his own thread in appreciation for all the beautifull photographs and all the hard work that he must put into providing us all with inspiration and priceless information - and God only knows how many hundreds of miles he must travel on his look out for such a varied selection of architecture - from pig styes to grand hotels and half timbered buildings - well it don't get any better than this.

May the 'Box Brownie' rule forever.

Thank you Mynnyddos, keep the inspiration comin' !

Allan, your No one fan! 

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Number two fan here then !  :doublethumb



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Couldn't agree more, very much appreciated.

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Thanks very much chaps. I really appreciate your kind sentiments.
I'm lucky to live in a digital age and to have a job that requires me to rove around. Fortunate too to live in a part of Wales where there are plenty of old buildings and relics from long gone lines.
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"and relics from long gone lines".
That's no way to talk about Tom Jones and Bonnie Tyler !



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