Our Man In Afghanistan


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Stumpy writes:

We’re probably in danger of passing the point of some kind of photography law of diminishing returns, but here’s a couple of snaps taken this morning on a project monitoring visit. Spring has definitely sprung.

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27 thoughts on “Our Man In Afghanistan

  1. newsjustin

    Nah, always good to see them. I don’t know if it’s already been done, but it would be cool to hear about what your role is out there. Enjoy yourself.

  2. Slightly Bemused

    ah yes, project monitoring visits. where places are as far away as it takes to get there, not by miles on a map. Oh, the heady days of bucket showers (when you are lucky) and wondering if your back will survive another trip in those roads. :)

    1. Clampers Outside!

      Had a KFC zinger and chips at lunch from the Parnell St store yesterday…. jaysus, my mouth felt as if coated in cooled chip fat for the afternoon. Super gross!

  3. DubLoony

    So spare. Not a tree, shrub, plant apart from a bit of grass.Amazed how much fighting has gone on over it.

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