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Dag 1 - Et camufleret selvportræt


Når man træder ind i det nye år, så skal man også have en liste af nytårsforsæt (staves det forøvrigt med eller uden 't'? Søger man på nettet så findes der mange link med begge versioner! Jeg tror det er uden 't').
To af mine er:

(1) At komme i bedre form. Dette gøres ved at dyrke BodyBike og løbe.
(2) At tage et foto om dagen og udgive disse som en fotodagbog

Første foto er fra nytårsaften hos nogle venner. Fotoet er taget 01-01-2010 00.12.02 (bemærk, at det er kun 0,1 og 2 taller der anvendes) og forestiller mig med et par unikke briller fotograferet lidt nedefra (derfor den lidt forkrampede hovedstilling) og iført min franske tema udklædning i form af et passende overskæg og "Vrai Basque" på hovedet.
Det var en gigant aften - om end lidt koldt for fødderne, da jeg stod og grillede mørbradsbøffer udenfor i 10 graders frost og fordi festen foregik på ægte fransk "la resistance" manér i min vens netop udgravede bunker under huset :-)

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