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Fantastic job all around. Quite expressive and the gear and banner really stand out. I particularly love the shield of number 4 in pics 2 & 3

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I do LOVE Group Photos. As WONDERFUL as the Green Lads looked individually, they are EVEN MORE MAGNIFICENT together. VERY WELL DONE!

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These guys look even better all together! The banner, shield and drum really make the group - great texture contrast to the worn metals.

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