OT: P-Day Before And After :)

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OT: P-Day Before And After :)

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October 11th, 2012, 1:56 pm #1

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
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October 11th, 2012, 2:04 pm #2

Glad you were able to try the Hotdogs and visit the Blue Lagoon.

Now tell me how good they were? =)


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October 11th, 2012, 2:06 pm #3

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
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October 11th, 2012, 2:08 pm #4

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Looks like another amazing trip. Iceland is a must visit for me. Maybe one of this days.

Thanks for taking time to share Eng!

Always enjoy looking at these pictures.

Cheers,

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October 11th, 2012, 2:18 pm #5

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
All this time I thought Iceland is snow-carpet!

Thanks for sharing.

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October 11th, 2012, 2:21 pm #6

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Great seeing you at PDay, thanks for sharing!

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October 11th, 2012, 2:29 pm #7

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
how the hotdog tasted. Is it better than one I can get at Grays Papaya?
Either way, your pics make me want to visit Iceland and London with the family
Thanks for sharing and hope to meet up soon.
Cheers!

-Jay in Northern NJ



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October 11th, 2012, 2:45 pm #8

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
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October 11th, 2012, 3:02 pm #9

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
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Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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October 11th, 2012, 3:04 pm #10

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
I was in Iceland too this summer, your photos remind me of my travel.

I felt in love with this country ! Thank you for sharing





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October 11th, 2012, 3:40 pm #11

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
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October 11th, 2012, 4:05 pm #12

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Great to see things from an artist's eye

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October 11th, 2012, 4:15 pm #13

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Glad to have met you in London. Fantastic P-Day


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October 11th, 2012, 4:19 pm #14

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
and we're still waiting for your 4WD trip report
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October 11th, 2012, 4:28 pm #15

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Great pictorial! Love it all :) !! n/t
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October 11th, 2012, 4:43 pm #16

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Cool looking street art, picturesque scenery, hot spring's id love to jump into, and a hot dog that im on the fence about. Cool perspective and TFS!
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October 11th, 2012, 5:00 pm #17

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Nice to meet you in person and discuss vintage stuff with you.

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October 11th, 2012, 5:05 pm #18

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Thanks Eng... it was nice to share some time on the other side of the pond. See you soon.



-luke

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October 11th, 2012, 5:20 pm #19

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
Vanni

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October 11th, 2012, 6:12 pm #20

Well, P-Day may have come and gone, but the memories remain. After so much anticipation, it all seemed to be over in an instant! There have been so many excellent posts on P-Day and much has already been said, so I thought I would burn up your screens and modems with something a little different Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you "P-Day Before And After"

For me, P-Day was also a great opportunity to combine some other travel goals of mine. I had always wanted to visit Iceland, and thanks to some prep from Brian Lau who had visited there last winter, I was able to plan for a little R&R on my way to the craziness of P-Day. Iceland was so worth the detour....it was so beautiful but unfortunately, I was not there long enough to explore the whole island. I will let the photos speak for themselves:













































I had to include this....Brian told me they made the bet hotdogs in the world, so I just had to try one!


I had only been to London once before, about 12 years ago, for a solo exhibition. That trip was too quick and very much a no-frills business style, which didn't allow me to explore much. I've always been a big fan of the "Miss Marple" series on TV (by Agatha Christie), and especially, I always enjoyed the beautiful scenery. This trip, I was able to fulfill my dreams and spend some quality time in the English countryside with wonderful local guides, Paddy and Mikki After the hectic schedule of P-Day, it was just what the doctor ordered! Enjoy some of the images from that part of my trip, below:






































I would also like to thank the UK team for the wonderful weekend, and superb organizational skills. Great job everyone! I got to see some old friends and meet new ones, but I think I missed out on meeting a few other folks, so I hope to meet with them next year in Montreal!
really enjoyed those photos. still waiting for the four-wheelin pics!

best,

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