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The Man with the Golden Gun

The Man with the Golden Gun

A tribute to 50 years of James Bond movies, shot with Bucksprock 007 film... ;-)

buckshot Taken by buckshot with a Pentax P50 loaded with Kodak Ultramax 400 (35mm) film in Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: homemade mask, 007, sights, crosshairs, sprockets, films, movies, and james bond. Date: 2012-11-05. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Shoot to Thrill: Celebrating 50 years of James Bond movies.


  1. alburnkat


    The Sardina poster is great, how Lomo. And your son looks great. This was one of the films I watched Sunday, so I like how the gun looks like is put together from things you might have in your pockets. Again Very Clever!

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  2. jean_louis_pujol


    Excellent! you must play on your electric guitar the following: tong togolong goooong, tong tong tong tong, togolong gooooong, tongtongtong tank tank tagataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaank

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  3. koduckgirl


    those are both brilliant comments that are hard to beat the gun is pure amazing as is your sons look and expression he should really be an actor!

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  4. buckshot


    @alburnkat @jean_louis_pujol @koduckgirl: Hee hee - thanks for your comments, all! The gun is actually just the handle part of a plastic toy rifle, which we spray-painted. It was supposed to look like the kind of mad-ass weapon Q would create for James to assemble out of parts he carries in his tuxedo. As for your guitar impression, Monsieur Jean-Louis, those are actually the words of the national anthem of the Kingdom of Tonga, aren't they? You can't fool me, you know. ;-)

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  5. jean_louis_pujol


    Ah! Ok! now, I know that the James Bond theme is the Tonga national anthem !…)Ii1tc493bZM I now recognize the exotic rythms .

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