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Anyone else notice that long-haired, long-bearded Moss and Claghorn look like brothers?  Were you guys separated at birth?

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No. only their hair was . . .

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When I need a haircut, I can see it.

Ha, had to go look up an old pic of Alex, never seen his face. I can see the resemblance, lol.
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Gloriously hot yesterday in Blighty, showers today (so chasing the light starting at the house then out on the land) and the sun returns tomorrow...












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Gloriously hot yesterday in Blighty, showers today (so chasing the light starting at the house then out on the land) and the sun returns tomorrow...
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Thank you for confirming that which I've always known - that you are outstanding in your field.
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Lovely.

 

 

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“And did those feet in ancient time …”

 

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“ … In England's green & pleasant Land.”

 

Cheers,

 

Ac     ;) 

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Thank you for confirming that which I've always known - that you are outstanding in your field.


Most kind dear heart, though not much competition after the farmer left mwink[1].gif
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“And did those feet in ancient time …”


“ … In England's green & pleasant Land.”

Cheers,

Ac     wink.gif  

Indeed old friend

"And did those feet in ancient time" the poem by William Blake and best known as the English anthem "Jerusalem" to be played at my ultimate journey no less.
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Today, damn linen trousers didn't hold a crease for more than a few minutes today (raining - damp air).

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Patterns day

 

 

 

 

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Suit: SuitSupply
Shirt: Charles Tyrwhitt
Tie: Zegna
PS: SuitSupply
Shoes: Bexley
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Gloriously hot yesterday in Blighty, showers today (so chasing the light starting at the house then out on the land) and the sun returns tomorrow...

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It doesn't get any better.

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Much less somber today...

 

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Jacket: Steed

Shirt: Proper Cloth

Tie: Chipp2

Square: Rampley & Co

Trousers: Hemrajani

Shoes: Brooks Brothers

Hat: Brent Black/Panama Hats of the Pacific

 

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It doesn't get any better.

Too kind mon brav, many thanks I'm humbled indeed smile.gif
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Wonderful watch. I have yet to see a Grönefeld anywhere in the wild. How do you like it?

 

Best

Andreas

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My personal photographer was eagerly waiting for me to return from work...

 

 

 

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"And did those feet in ancient time" the poem by William Blake and best known as the English anthem "Jerusalem" to be played at my ultimate journey no less.

 

Terrific choice. For mine it will be the slow movement of Schubert's String Quintet. Which was also played for the passing of my father, and my sister-in-law. I had the sombre honour of being one of the five performers on both occasions.

 

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Wonderful watch. I have yet to see a Grönefeld anywhere in the wild. How do you like it?

 

It's my best watch, without question. Superb in every respect - design, execution, finishing, horological interest, and rarity value. (Mine is one of the original limited series of twelve pieces in stainless steel cases. I was lucky enough to jump in when someone else cancelled their order.)

 

 

The "1912" engraved on the caseback signifies the year Tim and Bart's grandfather founded his watch business in Oldenzaal. Their retired father still maintains the old clock in Oldenzaal's town square.

 

One of those twelve watches - I believe the first to be completed - was reserved for him. Interestingly, that piece was cased up in early 2012, exactly a century after the founding of the family business.

 

"The Horological Brothers" have gone from strength to strength since then, with each new release featuring some kind of movement innovation encased in visually stunning exteriors. Within the industry they are without doubt one of the most highly-respected independent brands.

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