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Made in ca
Regular Dakkanaut





Many people have been asking and emailing me over the last month or so wondering why I have not been posting new photos or vids. Well here I am letting people know I am still in the terrain business. Here is the link to my work that has taken me well over a month of straight work (5-6 hours per day).

I want to here your comments please.

This is the work I have been doing and now I got a chance to show you where I have been hiding. Now on to my next project.

Feel free to contact me with any questions - I love reading and responding to emails

Cheers,
Shawn Morris



LINK HERE
http://morris-photographics.com/shawn/
   
Made in gb
[ADMIN]
Da Big Mek






London, UK

Really great board there. I saw it on the FoW forums a little while back and was impressed. The graveyard is my favourite feature, and there are probably more interesting viewing angles that you are discovering all the time right?

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Made in fi
Paingiver






Southern Finland

That is really inspirational stuff there.

Excellent looking terrain and you can almost smell the diesel smoke.

Thanks for sharing!


   
 
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