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08-11-2018, 09:17   #1
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Seascape photowalk?

Anyone fancy a dawn/goldenhour walk in the Portraine/Donabate area? No dates or plans set yet, just wondering if there is any interest.

This weekend is probably too short notice, the following weekend is forecast as a wet one so most likely looking at 24th or 25th of this month.

Lift will be available from and to the city centre for a few if required.

Sure what else would you be doing of a cold windy Saturday morning?
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11-11-2018, 11:09   #2
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Yeah, interested, but can't confirm a yet
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Was only saying the other day i havent been out in a longtime, ill try make this
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I'd love to attend this.. so if you could provide the time and location I'll be there :-)
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I'll check weather, time and the tides a bit closer to the end of the month.
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I'd be interested too
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