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I've got a few shots from another, very special church which I'll be posting in the next few days. The church is quite well known, but you'll have to wait to find out which church it is!

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I've got a few shots from another, very special church which I'll be posting in the next few days. The church is quite well known, but you'll have to wait to find out which church it is!


I'll hazard a guess at the church in Scotland supposedly where the "Holy Grail" was buried as featured in "The Davinci Code"

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I don't believe it! You're right! How did you get it so fast?

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Just with the clues that you gave and the fact that it is one of my all time favourite films, hope to be able to visit it one day.

Can't wait to see your pictures of it

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.I don't suppose there will be anything with Feathers or anything, in these photos..oh, say davinciduck? nope. too much to hope for, so I too, will be waiting to see these photos, because it is one of MY favorites, too...even liked the book...better then the movie...and I loved the movie..

once again, great job, I have lingered over these shots, and am just amazed at how well they look, pretty darn special stuff, clamac.

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[off topic]It's not "davinciduck", patti, it's "Leonardo Duckvinci" :!: [/off topic] :o :) :D :lol: :roll:

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I thought Leonardo was a turtle.

Zorro 8)

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zorro wrote:
I thought Leonardo was a turtle.


OK, now I'm lost...

EDIT: Got it now! You mean the Teenage Mutant Ninja/Hero Turtles, right?

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All four were named after Renaissance painters weren't they?

Leonardo
Rafael
Michaelangelo
Donatello

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(off topic)I thought it was "Darkwing Duck" the terror that flaps in the night and eats bread crums at the pond as a cover(off topic)

Still love your shots. Why not try to send them to a few mag's.
Maybe Gordon can give you a hook-up? :wink:
Best of luck on your next shots. :!:

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