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The Clock is Ticking

by ysoldateague December 08, 2007

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Just a reminder that today is the deadline for entries to the Adventures of Elijah photo contest. To be in with a chance of winning a box full of goodies from me upload you photos to the contest flickr group before midnight GMT. Voting on the entries will begin tomorrow or as soon as I figure out a nice way to present it. In the meantime here are some of my favourite photos so far.
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1. Bad situation (5/9), 2. Elijah’s Adventures – 13, 3. Happy Holidays!, 4. 5., 5. Not available, 6. elijahadvent2, 7. March of the Elephants, 8. Pie, oh my!, 9. Untitled, 10. CIMG6249, 11. ahh… much better, 12. CIMG6244, 13. View of the brigde from the hill., 14. March of the Elephants, 15. elijahadvent6, 16. Elijah’s Adventures – 19

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