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Old 30 January 2006, 13:14   #51
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Sunset you wanted? Not a RIB but a nice Key West sunset! No charge but a BananaShark crdit would be nice!

Got a whole load of US racing shots if you want some - just let me know!
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Old 30 January 2006, 16:22   #52
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How about this one

Out with that old fashioned speed boat thingy to make room for the ever expanding flotilla of ribs in the Solent. Isn't John Fullers Levithong stored nearby

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Thanks to all who have donated photos, Rogues website is being constructed as we speak, and I promise I'll treat you all to a preview soon!

In the meantime, does anybody have any pictures of kids driving powerboats? All the pics are of adults, and we need a photo or 2 for our kids courses page. Rogues original offer applies.
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In the meantime, does anybody have any pictures of kids driving powerboats? All the pics are of adults, and we need a photo or 2 for our kids courses page.
I recommend written permission is received from the children’s guardians before any such pictures are used.
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Old 22 February 2006, 08:22   #55
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I would be careful about childrens pictures on the NET for obvious reasons.

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Old 22 February 2006, 08:31   #56
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DJL, Simon,

Thanks for that - I am well aware of issues with kids pictures on the net, I've made websites for several schools, and a childrens holiday sports company and it can get very difficult somtimes!

Essentially, if the faces are not clearly distinguishable, there wouldn't be a problem. I would of course sort this out with anybody kind enough to provide Rogue with a suitable picture.

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Old 22 February 2006, 08:34   #57
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Here is all I have of my kids driving / enjoying RIBing - you are perfectly welcome to use them - PM me if you need higher res versions.

If these are no good and you don't get any more then ill take some when we go out next - my kids are always with me.

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Thanks to all who have donated photos, Rogues website is being constructed as we speak, and I promise I'll treat you all to a preview soon!

In the meantime, does anybody have any pictures of kids driving powerboats? All the pics are of adults, and we need a photo or 2 for our kids courses page. Rogues original offer applies.
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Thanks Roy, those are fantastic! Exactly what I was after!
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Ok, next, anyone got any pics of an outboard engine with the cowling off?

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If these images are any good feel free to use them FOC, hi-res available if necessary.
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