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Great holmertz 2019-08-16 7:14

Hello John,
No doubt the WS is funnier, but maybe a moderator would have decided it somehow breaks the rules. But the main photo is a good enough portrait of one of these living statues that are often so fascinating. What a lot of time and effort it would take to transform from human to statue, and what a stamina that is needed to pose without moving (except when someone provides a donation) for long hours in public. I presume that you found this Elizabethan lady worth some money. I can't imagine you "stole" the WS photo.
Kind regards,
Gert

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Default To holmertz: No, it was all paid for!

Hello Gert,

Thank you again for your kind words! Yes, I suppose I did hesitate a bit before uploading that workshop photo, especially as I worry that it might damage my so far unblemished reputation - I suspect I must be one of very few TE members who has (so far) never had a photograph removed by the moderators. But this was a very public place and this performer was surrounded by people of all kinds, genders and ages and no-one appeared to be at all offended. It was just some good fun.

And, yes, I was happy to pop a 1 coin into her bowl - not a great sacrifice these days as the value of Sterling plummets under the black cloud of an impending Brexit.

Kind Regards,

John.
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