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Male Portrait Of The Week !!!Editors Choice Ending Sunday July 3rd 2011The World As We See It , or as we missed it Group
english town crier, town crier
Giving all good news? all love a great image love this one also, all love Normaje
Thanks ever so much, Normaje :-)
Way cool Dude!! Excellent catch!
Many thanks, Gena :-)
What was the news for today?,,,,you have presented it excellently,,,,,Rick
Oyez, Oyez, please be informed that there is a fair at the local Church with all monies going to charity :-) Very many thanks, Rick :-)
wow!! I remember the Town Crier in Lyme Regis when I was a child!!! what a great picture Trish!!
You don’t see too many of them around now! Thanks ever so much, Charmiene :-)
What a fun image
Very many thanks, Coy :-)
This is so very English Trish – wonderful capture ! I love his half-mast trousers. I can recall getting a suit made in Calcutta when I was at sea. It was an Italian style suit like the Beatles wore – first time I wore it I though I was the ’ Cat’s Whiskers, ( I was only 17 ) then it rained !The next time I tried it on the trousers looked just like your Town Cryer . It never saw the light of day again…..lol !
Oh no!!!!! That was a disaster LOL I loved those suits the Beatles wore :-))
Many thanks, Roy :-)
What a fabulous image this is!! Your editing is awesome! ♥♥♥
Very many thanks, Jade, appreciated :-)
CONGRATS on your Feature in THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT, OR AS WE MISSED IT!!! honored to be among you… AWESOME Image! :)))))
Thanks so much, Debbie :-)
Great capture and processing Trish !
Many thanks, Berns :-)