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[Albion] 48 Hours in Marseille - A Photo Album



Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Oct 8, 2003
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For anyone interested, I’ve created a photo album of my 48 hours in Marseille.
The album is a mixture of pics from around the city and also from at the game.
An amazing experience for everyone who was able to be there with memories created that will last forever.

Click on the link below if you want to view the album:

A Flickr album of 48 hours in Marseille
Tremendous work. Fanny aside, this was my favourite:

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Zeberdi

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Sheebo

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Jul 13, 2003
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Brilliant @Change at Barnham thanks

Pints packet Pervis 🤣
A seagull with a splif on a flag

The woke posters are going to have a fit 🤣

Was the fella with the black shirt and fag in mouth giving the coach an offensive gesture?!

Also, were the Scottish people randomly at the front with the flag Albion or just tourists?!
 


Sheebo

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Jul 13, 2003
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They came out of the tunnel area after the match... could well be Billy's family ??
Ah maybe. My mate was looking after the players family’s and said the Gilmours were lively 🤣👀
 

Change at Barnham

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Aug 6, 2011
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Wow. Are you a photo journalist or similar?
It's just a hobby, I'm often found taking photos with a bigger camera at Bognor or Littlehampton games when not watching Brighton.
I travel a lot as a tour manager escorting groups to sporting events, mainly cricket and some football. But I'm never allowed in with a large camera so I use a little Sony RX100 mk7 which fits in my pocket.
It's a great little camera and particularly good in low light when sometimes even the brilliant new mobile phone cameras struggle a bit with blur from distance.
I enjoy the challenge of trying to create a story. It's all a bit of fun and keeps me from worrying about unnecessary stuff.
 

Official Old Man

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Aug 27, 2011
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Brighton
For the first time I too done a pile of videos of the trip, starting at 4:30 am Wednesday and highlighting all our missed trains. But no, I'm not shareing any of it.
 


Bodian

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May 3, 2012
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Where's the photo of the jacket & glasses?

Reminds me again to investigate getting one of those nifty cameras of yours. So good.
 

Weststander

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Aug 25, 2011
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It's just a hobby, I'm often found taking photos with a bigger camera at Bognor or Littlehampton games when not watching Brighton.
I travel a lot as a tour manager escorting groups to sporting events, mainly cricket and some football. But I'm never allowed in with a large camera so I use a little Sony RX100 mk7 which fits in my pocket.
It's a great little camera and particularly good in low light when sometimes even the brilliant new mobile phone cameras struggle a bit with blur from distance.
I enjoy the challenge of trying to create a story. It's all a bit of fun and keeps me from worrying about unnecessary stuff.

You certainly did! Love the way you captured facets of life in the city.
 


Pevenseagull

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Jul 20, 2003
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Enjoyed looking through those while having a coffee and a croissant.

Thanks
 

dolphins

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Jan 26, 2012
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BN1, in GOSBTS
It's just a hobby, I'm often found taking photos with a bigger camera at Bognor or Littlehampton games when not watching Brighton.
I travel a lot as a tour manager escorting groups to sporting events, mainly cricket and some football. But I'm never allowed in with a large camera so I use a little Sony RX100 mk7 which fits in my pocket.
It's a great little camera and particularly good in low light when sometimes even the brilliant new mobile phone cameras struggle a bit with blur from distance.
I enjoy the challenge of trying to create a story. It's all a bit of fun and keeps me from worrying about unnecessary stuff.
Always great to get a recommendation of a bridge camera, particularly if good at low light. Have you ever used it in a concert situation? Sorry to slightly take the thread off topic for a second!

Thanks for posting the gallery. The pictures from Marseille were great - as one of the poor sods who had to stay at home, it gave a great flavour of the event. I've been to Marseille a few times but just for non-football related things, so it was interesting to see the different side of the city.
 

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