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Hackney Pitch and Putt - 17th hole
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Tom and James preparing for retirement. Tom teeing off on the 17th hole at the P and P by the nature reserve on Hackney marshes. Shot September 2011. 5D M11 with zoom fisheye + a mild HDRing

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