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Report - Swan Quarry Wiltshire - 14 June 09

Styru

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Took a trip down here with Root, T_o_m_m_o and two of Roots friends from DarKPlaces (sorry girls – didn’t get your forum names)

Lovely little underground workings – made all the better by the fact that the miners had the good sense to dig it directly opposite a pub :p

Probably not that different from T_o_m_m_o's - but maybe a couple of slightly different views.

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Cheers for looking :thumb

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tommo

shire lad born & breeding
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that crane is in good nick, I will pop back some time just to get a pic

The rest turned out really good, we where taking similar shots though
It was more like just us two down there most of the time
 

Styru

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#3
Loving pics 9 and 13, trails of stripes and ghostly wellies!
Ghostly wellies? - nah, you have totally missunderstood how the shot was taken:

I had to carry 10 spare pairs of boots all the way down there just to take those pics (graduated sizes, size 11.5 in the foreground, decreasing to size 4 by the end of the trail - it's an old photographers trick to add perspective :p )

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