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The_Raw

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#47
Fair enough I knew you'd nominated yourself at some point @Speed that's all. To be fair to @WildBoyz that is a cool report of somewhere that nobody's done before and it's not exactly a walk in either when you're dealing with a live dock yard. There's nothing wrong with being proud of a report you're happy with and it does state at the beginning of the thread to feel free to nominate your own stuff so I don't think people should be getting criticised for following those guidelines. Personally though @WildBoyz I'd rather see either of these two reports in here because of their documentation of the effects of a natural disaster, found those more interesting myself.

http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/christchurch-cathedral-christchurch-november-2014.t93276#post-1064861

http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/the-ca...-christchurch-august-2014.t91793#post-1050582

Stop losing @fb, you're no good at it!
 

WildBoyz

Is this the future?
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#48
There's nothing wrong with being proud of a report you're happy with and it does state at the beginning of the thread to feel free to nominate your own stuff so I don't think people should be getting criticised for following those guidelines.
I'm inclined to agree with you.

Fair enough, if you guys don't want self-nominations and you feel that's people are 't*ats' for doing that, I don't agree with you like :D, but you've taken what I said completely out of context. A simple 'fuck off' would have sufficed ;) I didn't expect it to end up in here; altogether, I don't really care if it does to be honest - everything inevitably gets forgotten on the internet in the end/links expire etc.

The whole explore was a laugh with the lads and we had a good night, that's far more important than posting it under any certain title...
 

The Amateur Wanderer

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#56
An 'epic' explore. Maybe not a first, but noteworthy in that normal boundaries were pushed to the max.

An outstanding report.
Maybe not first or even 'epic', but the best report of a location, that accurately portrays the location with high quality pictures and a detailed narrative

I'd say that the report in question was both of the above, personally...

That's my 50 pence worth anyway...