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    A Labrador tail wagging / thumping......

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  2. #752


    Australian doors banging
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  3. #753


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    WCP / Win.7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1.


    The early morning bird chorus.... {5.30am here}
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  4. #754


    A gaggle of black birds
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  5. #755


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    The warmish breeze brushing by my ears....
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  6. #756


    Air raid siren
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  7. #757


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    Bees buzzing through the blossom trees.
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  8. #758


    Champagne fizzing
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  9. #759


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    Hose water hitting the windows as I clean them....
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  10. #760


    Watermusic
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