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    I wasn't sure where to post this one but Rouges Gallery suited my thoughts on the image which was taken during the recent storms and floods around the Central Coast.

    http://abc.net.au/newcastle/storms.htm

    Anyone would thing this was a group of woodies waiting for their cut of fresh green timber.


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    Locals chipping in to remove a fallen tree blocking access to homes near Straker Park, Currawong Road, Cardiff Heights. Mario Kik is pictured holding the chainsaw. Joe Zemitis, wearing the orange earmuffs, looks on. | Photographer: Alan Kik

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelinround View Post

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    Locals chipping in to remove a fallen tree blocking access to homes near Straker Park, Currawong Road, Cardiff Heights. Mario Kik is pictured holding the chainsaw. Joe Zemitis, wearing the orange earmuffs, looks on. | Photographer: Alan Kik
    Mario Kik soon to be known as "Can Not Kik" because he cut his leg off at the knee whilst starting a chainsaw in an unsafe manner

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelinround View Post
    Mario Kik is pictured holding the chainsaw. Joe Zemitis, wearing the orange earmuffs, looks on. | Photographer: Alan Kik
    Dave Ziggle, in the orange jumper, discusses with other locals exactly how many pens that he intends to turn.
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