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Old 01-11-2013, 03:03 PM
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I can't exactly say why, but I've been getting into frame making lately. I found these two photos in my closet over the holidays and thought the belonged together. Ruth is 5th from the left in the back row with his arms crossed. You probably can't tell from the scan, but the look on his face is pretty smug, as if he already knows the greatness that lies ahead of him.
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Great work Conor! Nice display piece.
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Great work Conor! Nice display piece.
Thanks Jon. You may need to tell my wife that
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Why can't I just "find" stuff like that in my closets! Great work!
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Great stuff and great frame job. All I find in my closet are old socks.
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