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Who: DarkCryst... the man, the legend, the hazard.
What: English, 6'3" tall, broad. Needs to lose the belly.
Where: Essex, England. For the most part anyway.

So now you know a tiny ammount about me. Check my profile for more interesting information. Glad to have you around, pull up a chair and stay a while.

All of the photos here (from November 2004 onwards anyhow) are taken with my s700i:
a SonyEricsson s700i
Before that it was from a z600.. but that got stolen.. the bastards.
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Beautiful Day for a birthday.

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I wish long shots on this cam didn't look like you were looking at life through vaseline.

Anyhow, its a great day. Took this while walking to the gym to use the membership that was given to me as a present! :)
17th Apr 2004, 17:47  

olivia drywall(notmiriam's_e-mail-at-evenmorenonsuspiciousmail-dot-com) says:

i wonder where it's arms went...
something to think about

18th Apr 2004, 05:13

Mind Opened(mindopend-at-yahoo-dot-com) says:

I don't know... looks kinda "artsy" with the edges blurred like that. ;-)

19th Apr 2004, 03:11

DarkCryst says:

True, but I mean the general blurring. Anything more than a couple of feet away blurs.

The limits of the tech I guess.

Its limbs were cut for no good reason by the council a few years back. Guess one of the houses nearby thought that all this nature was cluttering up their view or something....

19th Apr 2004, 17:12

Mind Opened says:

Doesn't look like its gonna come back either :-( Guess I'm a "tree hugger" but that sorta thing just makes my heart ache. Specially if its for no real good reason.

BTW, I'm really enjoying these pictures your posting. England is gonna be one of my first stops when I finally get my act together well enough to afford travel. Thanks for the sneak peeks!

21st Apr 2004, 05:04

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