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:) just a couple of random pics from the summer

my son got on a music program run by the local council called "rockscool" he had a blast 13 weeks intensive bass training,heres the gig in front of 200+ people,it didnt bother him one little bit:dowhat:hail

this kid rocked :hail a little jack black ifi ever saw one:laugh

a few from the summer hols in france




never to old for a game of chase:laugh


some macro work



thanks for looking:)
 

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Thanks for sharing :thumbup
beautiful pics :hail
I didn't know you have a son at this age :O :hail
 

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yep 13 going on 30:banghead:laugh

the one in the blue t shirt is my nephew (6) the little one is jojo my youngest hes 7 and a right handfull:dowhat:devious he suffers from hyper sensitive hearing (hyperacusis) which makes life interesting at times especialy with a TL:coocoo:laugh
 

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lol sorry to quick for me
http://http://www.hyperacusis.net/hyperacusis/what+is+hyperacusis/default.asp
link wont work so here it is

What is Hyperacusis?
Imagine being at a movie where the sound track is turned to the highest volume. Actors' voices are screaming at you. After five minutes, you leave holding your ears and cursing the theater for its poor judgment. Turning newspaper pages, running water in the kitchen sink, your child placing dishes and silverware on the table - all are intolerable to your ears. A baby cries or a truck screeches its brakes to a halt and the sound is excruciating. What has happened to my ears?

The person who has hyperacusis can't simply get up and walk away from noise. Instead, the volume on the whole world seems stuck on high. Hyperacusis is defined as a collapsed tolerance to normal environmental sounds. Ears also lose most of their dynamic range. What is dynamic range?

Dynamic range is the ability of the ear to deal with quick shifts in sound loudness. Suddenly everyday noises sound unbearably or painfully loud. The disorder is often chronic and usually accompanied by tinnitus (ringing in the ears), but can occur in patients who have little or no measurable hearing loss.

Hyperacusis differs from recruitment, which is an abnormal growth in the perception of loudness accompanied with hearing loss. With recruitment, loud noises are uncomfortable. With hyperacusis, all sounds are too loud.

Most patients also experience inner ear pain or a feeling of fullness (pressure) in the ears. Hyperacusis can be devastating to the patient's career, relationships, and peace of mind. Finding the proper diagnosis is difficult because few doctors understand hyperacusis.

A LIFE ALTERING CONDITION
 

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hes been tested time and time again,and at only 40db it is the equivelent to 95db to me and you :eek:mg
and bearing in mind that a normal conversation takes place a 60db......................i cant even imagine what the world must sound like to the little guy :no
BUT there are a hell of alot of kids with alot worse things wrong with them so i count my blessings every day:yes
 
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