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Picture Two

Reunion in a New Millennium

On a cold day in February 2000, the 27th to be precise, the three Raving Loonies got together for their first full scale photo shoot since 29th May 1989 (see Gallery 1989, Picture Sixty).

The mark the end of the 20th Century this peculiar wooden monument was erected on Fort Pitt Hill in Chatham, three arches just cried out for three people to stand underneath them for a photograph!  The pictures taken on this day all have a kind of wintery feel to them due to the misty and cold weather.  In many of the photos Andrew sports his Russian hat (which isn't real fur, of course) not so much a fashion statement as a necessary article of clothing!

The picture is a timer shot, set up by Roy.

Other pictures from this photo session are at Pictures Ten, Eighteen, Twenty-Three, Thirty-Six, Forty-One, Fifty, Fifty-Seven, Seventy-Three, Eighty, Eighty-One, Eighty-Nine, Ninety-Three, Ninety-Five, 100, 101, 126, 130 and 143.

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