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N’s Sports Party at Abbey

Newly wed N is a web designer and keen cyclist, traveler and doing Kinetic-sculpture as well. (hence we met many years ago on an art event).   In fact, he had Stag-do in the south coast, doing canoeing etc with his old baddies weeks ago as well.

So, when I arrived to the Abbey, I was greeted by his fancy dancing.    😀

As I was warned, this party was not a kind of eat, drink and catch-up chattering but quite physical.     😀

I don’t know the name of this game, still, there is an almost identical game in Japan but played only by the kids.

Sports party though, it’s still a family occasion, N’s mum and dad and of cause his wife and her sister D were all there enjoying the company.

This game (photo above) said to be called “Sheep stack in the mud ” = may be Japanese equivalent of Oni-gokko”  🙂

On such sporting occasion, photographer shouldn’t be just an observer = gone to more pro-active. (or a bit naughty ? ! = to inflate size D to FF) — no, not me, lens did  😀

Then egg on the spoon race. Though, some confusion of the rules —– spoon on a hand or on the mouth ?

And the Prize giving ceremony = of Gold, Silver or Copper.    😀 

In the same time, yet another activity which was a bit more intellectual research and the interview was carried out by D as she was a student of London Uni’

Yet more Spoon race.  😀

And more common ball game. 

So, the party went on till sunset.  It was a fantastic day and a nice quiet evening.

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  1. bentehaarstad said, on August 7, 2012 at 12:39

    I am not much into sport, but I can always enjoy a party, and party pictures. Especially love tha last one… 🙂

  2. yoshizen said, on August 7, 2012 at 14:31

    I thought, you are a kind of running, jumping, dancing people 😀
    I like the situation to be involved (and do a silly things together 😀 )
    Thank you for your comment.

  3. drawandshoot said, on August 7, 2012 at 20:11

    The fish eye lens is fun! Great shots.

    • yoshizen said, on August 7, 2012 at 20:28

      Thank you Karen.
      With my eye-sight that lens is easiest to use.
      No critical framing nor focusing. Ha ha ha 😀


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