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At least one woman has learnt a great deal from these pictures. In my opinion, simply seeing these pictures should make any mother rethink whether it is within her right to choose to circumcise.

As you look at any of these beefy hunks, I would like you to imagine an old lady, about 60 or so - his mom. Imagine her in an ugly housedress with a big pair of scissors, and she shuffles in from one side of the frame and says, "Oh my goodness Paul, I don't like your dick that way at all!

The idea of his mom taking a piece of his penis is very crazy when you are looking at a ripping adult man with a manly-sized penis This man's penis is of average size when not erect.

He has nearly complete coverage, with his glans visible through his preputial sphincter , and his meatus visible at the centre of it.

See Josh's new photo. PHOTO 10 - more info By catching the train from Interlaken down to Milan in the hope of following Grandpa's footsteps I hoped, to also see, a bit of the alps.

Turns out they dug a really great tunnel so I saw a lot of tunnel. Before and after the darkness was great.

I stayed in a hostel in Milan for a few days. Wandered into the hills on a bus - train - bus to Sarezzo to find this Photo. After trekking around for a while I finally walked into Photo I can't explain it but there's something great when you happen across one of the places in the photos.

It's like going back in time if only for a second. PHOTO 11 - more info But others like this one were a little tougher.

It was great to piece together Grandpa's little journey around Venice. Lots of tourists but I sat on those steps and ate one more ham sandwich waiting for the light to fall over what is now a Hard Rock Cafe.

The lighting in the new Photo isn't even close to Grandpa's beautiful shot but a beautiful spot none the less.

PHOTO 12 - more info Maybe over looking what is now, probably a defunked amusement park. When I was in Australia, the idea of finding it felt semi impossible.

I had no idea. But numerous people pointed out that it was in Barcelona on top of a hill - Tibidabo Amusment park.

I decided it would be a great idea to ride a bike up, avoid the train, really see the city properly. A bike is always a great way to see any city.

Unless it's 1 million degrees in the shade and up a mountain. Thank god it had a lock as I was able to ditch it half way up the mountain at a train station.

Quick train, tram, bus, then - great view. Grandpa was in front of a stunning old church. The amusement park is still there but they moved the ferris wheel.

Cruising down that hill on a bike as the sun set was better than the way up. I'm sure Grandpa soared down mountains on bikes too.

PHOTO 13 - more info I think it may be a haven for rich people as it is a tiny town in the hills but full of seemingly rich foreigners.

Maybe this is where you come to get your James Bond style Swiss bank account? The restaurants closed at 8pm but the watch and jewelry places stayed open all hours.

I guess that's why Grandpa was here in his work as a buyer for a jewelry company. A Swiss valley, an island for people who know about jewels at any time of day.

PHOTO 14 - more info It's on the edge of Lake Thun near Faulensee, Switzerland. I asked a couple of very kind Swiss people to help me with being a blurry figure and we got close.

Thanks, random passers by, much appreciated. Sitting here watching the sun go down over the mountains was pretty great.

If you get anywhere near Lake Thun don't miss it. PHOTO 15 - more info I rehearsed my spiel, had multiple cameras ready, I even put a collared shirt on, I was ready to convince someone.

Turned out they were the most easy going of them all. A huge, beautiful old hotel. I briefly told the lady at the front desk my story and she said - no problems go straight up to the top level and take as many photos as you like.

I had a great night out with some funny German guys straight after this. Wish I could have spent longer in Lisbon. Great city, good choice Grandpa, good choice.

PHOTO 16 - more info Lots of the same elements but many are different. I wonder if this is where Grandpa stayed? I found out that many of these shots are all within walking distance.

Grandpa must have been wandering, enjoying the sunshine. It was great to wander around with him, kind of.

PHOTO 17 - more info To retake it I'd have to luck out and fly into Portugal the same way. As we boarded, I tried to make friends with the air hostess's and even the Pilots but I think they thought I wanted to get into the cockpit.

In our era this is a big no-no. My lack of Portugese didn't help. We flew over the same river Grandpa flew over, Lisbon on the horizon.

I took the photo with the planes engine in the bottom left but the angle wasn't that close. I don't think the pilot understood what it was about.

Felt pretty special all the same. Just great to fly where Grandpa flew, go where he went. The new photo here is pretty different to Grandpa's original but I can tell you it was pretty dam close and that's nuts considering I had no idea where this was.

There are also some great shots from other people in the album on Facebook. PHOTO 18 - more info I didn't take hard copies of the original photos with me.

I thought I could simply access them on my phone via this site. Turns out there is no signal that high up so I was working from memory.

The Chrysler Building left of frame was a big help. My second trip up was better. I had hard copies, versions saved on my phone and stared at it for so long that I could probably get close to Grandpa's viewpoint from memory.

PHOTO 19 - more info I wouldn't have found it otherwise. I wandered into the Piazza Nicola Demidoff and it looked right. I took a few photos and checked it to discover that the tiles were different and it just wasn't right.

I was mortified for at least 8 minutes. Wondering how the hell I'd find this photo now. Then I spun around and there it was. NB: must read all instructions and helpful tips from people online before worrying that all is lost.

PHOTO 20 - more info Grandpa seemed to take a whole bunch of the photos from his journeys either into or out of this station.

The rain poured down as I wrestled with a tripod, 3 cameras, and a hastily attached umbrella to re-take this photo. I looked a bit ridiculous but it was fun all the same.

PHOTO 21 - more info I originally thought this may be Italy or Europe somewhere. I even found out that Grandpa went to Israel. Turns out this is Canberra.

Australia's much made fun of Capitol city. What was he up to? Fiddling with his camera in the passenger seat of a car?

Or carefully lining up everything, waiting for the lady to cross, right in the middle of the road. I day tripped to Canberra, found the spot and tried to do the same but Grandpa certainly had a way.

PHOTO 22 - more info Turns out the shadows are different in summer and winter - Grandpa must have been there in the colder months.

Fine with me though. The whole ordeal forced me to hang out in St Marks Square for a few days. Pretty incredible. I saw lots of good 'scams' on my travels but the piegeon guys in St Marks' are pretty good.

They herd the pigeons every day with cheap bird seed, developing a flock. Tourists want a picture with pigeons on their shoulders, for some reason and the guys sell bird seed to the tourists.

Absolute genius. PHOTO 23 - more info Right near this photo at Interlaken West train station. Here a beer is cheaper than water.

So I holed up in a tiny pizza place in the back of the Swiss mountains with a pizza and a beer, contemplating the best place to park the rental car 'Sally' to sleep in that night.

PHOTO 24 - more info It could be in so many places. The cars licence plates helped a little. But cars travel. Amazingly, a few people had sent me the location in the nearby province of Pisa.

It was in a tiny fortified town in the hills, called Volterra. One of the other photos - Photo 01 was really tough and is still missing.

A few people had suggested it might be in Volterra too. I could head to Volterra knowing this would be there, and just enjoy the view. I did wonder what the hell Grandpa was doing in a tiny mountain town in the hills of Italy anyway?

Maybe he was just traveling through on his way to Rome? Maybe he just heard how beautiful it is. PHOTO 25 - more info I didn't get it that close to Grandpa's but it didn't matter.

It was truly amazing to sit where Grandpa sat and meet the guys at Romano's in Burano. Even some of the photos on the back wall are still there which blew my mind.

Check out Photo 06 too, one of the only photos that Grandpa is actually in. PHOTO 26 - more info I should know after wandering round there for 6 hours.

I even bought a plane ticket to Geneva just to get through security. I looked and looked and had given up. The whole airport has been rebuilt so I was happy I tried.

Then, I showed the photo to a guy who told me "Yeah that's the old terminal 1, they don't use it anymore it's behind a fake wall".

The old terminal 1 was empty and construction blocked the spot where Grandpa would have stood. So the new photo isn't as good but I was pretty happy to find it after being at the airport all day.

PHOTO 27 - more info I had to plant the camera lens on the window trying to get an angle on this one. I think the train windows were different in Grandpa's day.

Really hard to know if it's the right spot but I think I got it. Just outside Interlaken, as the train passes Darligen.

Sorry about stepping on your foot tall guy behind me. I wonder if Grandpa looked like a weird tourist too? Desperately snapping away. PHOTO 28 - more info Feels like the Italians purposefully designed it so you have to see every tiny marvel before you're allowed to find the exit.

Your feet hurt but it's worth it. Probably now one of my favorite places - thanks Grandpa. This tiny marvel is the bridge of sighs.

I had to wrestle the tourists to get the new shot. I'm getting better at taking photos for people on on their cameras which tends to get them out of the way.

Go in closer. Don't go too low, they hate that. PHOTO 29 - more info I had been sent such great clues for this one. Pilots had sent me the itinerary of this particular plane via the number on the side.

And one person even sent me a shot of Rome airport from that era, matching the tiny Esso sign in the background. We'd found it, but now I had to take the new photo.

Thinking that it wouldn't be too hard I wandered and wandered around trying to find the right spot. I still can't believe that this one was found in the first place.

Turns out that the airport is being completely rebuilt. This is a good thing but not so great if you're trying to retake one of Grandpa's beautiful photos.

I found the same place and there are a few pics on the Facebook album. The new photo looks nothing like Grandpa's beauty but it's where he took it all the same.

Thanks for sending me to Rome though Grandpa, worth every second. And thanks to all the people who helped find Photo PHOTO 30 - more info So many photos to get in Hong Kong.

I walked along Nathan road scoping this one out all day. Wondering where to get into a cab. I decided to use the cab ride to the airport the next day to retake it.

It's all changed so much there's no real way of lining it up but It was fun to try though. And try to explain the whole thing to the cab driver.

I think he wanted to be in the photo. This photo seems to be a part of this series. The others were all in and around Interlaken so, naturally I started there on a map looking around the town for two bodies of water.

There is a canal and a river that looked like the spot on a map, so when I got to Interlaken I expected it to be there. This was my first mistake.

After two days driving around canals on tiny pathways, along rivers and generally places you're not meant to drive, I found out this one wasn't going to be so easy.

Photo 31 is still missing. All the clues I've found so far are on the Missing page. Please check them out and let me know if you have any ideas.

PHOTO 32 - more info She even took me up one of the mountains. It's a different, wonderful planet up there, like something out of a 60's technicolor movie.

This photo was right in the middle of the town of Biel. The church tower giving it away. Unfortunately, there isn't a person being a traffic light these days.

PHOTO 33 - more info Pretty good view the way Grandpa took it too. Beautiful city Florence. Amazing streets, art and people.

So Xvidoea had a backup. Turns out that the airport is being completely rebuilt. PHOTO 26 - more info It's mayhem. Staring at it years ago I never thought we'd find it. PHOTO 22 - more Best pov free The lighting in the new Photo isn't even close Xshare mobil Grandpa's beautiful shot but a beautiful spot none the less. Grandpa A size classmate episode 1 grandma nude. Painful Anal With German Granny. Grandpa-my favorite teacher 2. Teen Emily tribute grandpa Ulf Larsen - I. Reife frau einfachporno and her toy boy fuck outdoors p 14 min Older Woman Hard fuck tube - 2. Shy German teen submits to fat grandpa 1. Grandma and grandpa having fun.

In my opinion, simply seeing these pictures should make any mother rethink whether it is within her right to choose to circumcise.

As you look at any of these beefy hunks, I would like you to imagine an old lady, about 60 or so - his mom.

Imagine her in an ugly housedress with a big pair of scissors, and she shuffles in from one side of the frame and says, "Oh my goodness Paul, I don't like your dick that way at all!

The idea of his mom taking a piece of his penis is very crazy when you are looking at a ripping adult man with a manly-sized penis This man's penis is of average size when not erect.

He has nearly complete coverage, with his glans visible through his preputial sphincter , and his meatus visible at the centre of it. On either side of his meatus, his meatal lips may just be seen.

It's mayhem. So many excited people, ready to have their big New York moment. I wonder how Grandpa was? I'm not sure if he had to elbow his way to the front to get his photo.

I gradually worked my way to the front and tried to get the same buildings, the same angles. They all look similar from up there.

This trip is so wonderfully weird, it feels like Grandpa is there with you as you try to jostle into the exact spot he was.

See the new Photo PHOTO 04 - more info After a few hours I had half given up and stopped for a break on the water. Turns out I parked right into this Photo.

I drove around a few more bends, climbed over a freeway, onto some railway tracks and got this one as the light faded. The mountain in the background gives it away.

I think Grandpa was poking his camera out the window of a train but the climbing over train tracks thing was probably more fun. I was relieved to get this one.

Staring at it years ago I never thought we'd find it. Thanks to everyone who helped. PHOTO 05 - more info It's on the Walchebrücke bridge in Zurich.

I have no idea how he got this shot so perfect, hanging out of a tram but he did. The woman in the shot just lining up with the tower in the background, right in the middle of frame.

I caught the tram back and forward a bunch of times but no luck. I ended up taking it from the footpath with a slow shutter speed to get the blur.

I definitely creeped out a few Swiss people. This was probably closest to Grandpa's original shot. PHOTO 06 - more info The restaurant is called Trattoria da Romano.

Turns out it's semi famous. Celebrities go there and have for years. Everything they have is so delicious I bet even the soap in bathrooms tastes good.

The owner was there and he and the other waiters sat down with me and were so unbelievably kind. They all remembered the waiter in Grandpa's photo and missed him dearly.

That was amazing but then the owner told me about the old books that the restaurant had kept that patrons sign, going back many years.

Grandpa's signature could be in one of these books. I sat and drank wine and ate beautiful seafood and searched through the illustrations and notes from famous people.

I sat where Grandpa sat and enjoyed the atmosphere that felt just as warm as in Grandpa's original shot. I hoped to find his signature in one of the books but no luck.

It didn't matter, this was the closest I'd felt to Grandpa in years. Incredible - thanks Romano's in Burano. PHOTO 07 - more info There is a weird new bridge in the shot now but this is the spot.

After thinking about climbing a train bridge to try and get the right angle I remembered that I had no idea what the health insurance is like in Switzerland.

I decided to get up early the next day and catch the train instead. I slept in the hire car and woke right next to the river - The Aare.

It was stunning. I had to get in. I had a bath in the river, holding onto long branches as the strong current took me away form the bank.

Then I rode the train back and forward as many times as I thought I could get away with. Hiding out in the bathrooms to avoid the ticket inspectors and get the new shot.

Sorry Switzerland. PHOTO 08 - more info Then, after retaking a few of Grandpa's Photos on top of the Empire State building I walked out at street level and there it was.

There's construction here in the new photo but it was pretty amazing to stand where Grandpa stood. The little plaque on the wall, still there.

The rest still ever changing. PHOTO 09 - more info So lucky and great to have him on board. Of all the people I know I had no doubt he'd have any trouble getting on the roof of the hotel where Grandpa stayed.

Of course, it looks toatlly different now. But check out the line of the mountains in the background.

He nailed it. Thanks Mate. See Josh's new photo. PHOTO 10 - more info By catching the train from Interlaken down to Milan in the hope of following Grandpa's footsteps I hoped, to also see, a bit of the alps.

Turns out they dug a really great tunnel so I saw a lot of tunnel. Before and after the darkness was great. I stayed in a hostel in Milan for a few days.

Wandered into the hills on a bus - train - bus to Sarezzo to find this Photo. After trekking around for a while I finally walked into Photo I can't explain it but there's something great when you happen across one of the places in the photos.

It's like going back in time if only for a second. PHOTO 11 - more info But others like this one were a little tougher.

It was great to piece together Grandpa's little journey around Venice. Lots of tourists but I sat on those steps and ate one more ham sandwich waiting for the light to fall over what is now a Hard Rock Cafe.

The lighting in the new Photo isn't even close to Grandpa's beautiful shot but a beautiful spot none the less. PHOTO 12 - more info Maybe over looking what is now, probably a defunked amusement park.

When I was in Australia, the idea of finding it felt semi impossible. I had no idea. But numerous people pointed out that it was in Barcelona on top of a hill - Tibidabo Amusment park.

I decided it would be a great idea to ride a bike up, avoid the train, really see the city properly. A bike is always a great way to see any city.

Unless it's 1 million degrees in the shade and up a mountain. Thank god it had a lock as I was able to ditch it half way up the mountain at a train station.

Quick train, tram, bus, then - great view. Grandpa was in front of a stunning old church. The amusement park is still there but they moved the ferris wheel.

Cruising down that hill on a bike as the sun set was better than the way up. I'm sure Grandpa soared down mountains on bikes too.

PHOTO 13 - more info I think it may be a haven for rich people as it is a tiny town in the hills but full of seemingly rich foreigners.

Maybe this is where you come to get your James Bond style Swiss bank account? The restaurants closed at 8pm but the watch and jewelry places stayed open all hours.

I guess that's why Grandpa was here in his work as a buyer for a jewelry company. A Swiss valley, an island for people who know about jewels at any time of day.

PHOTO 14 - more info It's on the edge of Lake Thun near Faulensee, Switzerland. I asked a couple of very kind Swiss people to help me with being a blurry figure and we got close.

Thanks, random passers by, much appreciated. Sitting here watching the sun go down over the mountains was pretty great. If you get anywhere near Lake Thun don't miss it.

PHOTO 15 - more info I rehearsed my spiel, had multiple cameras ready, I even put a collared shirt on, I was ready to convince someone. Turned out they were the most easy going of them all.

A huge, beautiful old hotel. I briefly told the lady at the front desk my story and she said - no problems go straight up to the top level and take as many photos as you like.

I had a great night out with some funny German guys straight after this. Wish I could have spent longer in Lisbon. Great city, good choice Grandpa, good choice.

PHOTO 16 - more info Lots of the same elements but many are different. I wonder if this is where Grandpa stayed? I found out that many of these shots are all within walking distance.

Grandpa must have been wandering, enjoying the sunshine. It was great to wander around with him, kind of. PHOTO 17 - more info To retake it I'd have to luck out and fly into Portugal the same way.

As we boarded, I tried to make friends with the air hostess's and even the Pilots but I think they thought I wanted to get into the cockpit.

In our era this is a big no-no. My lack of Portugese didn't help. We flew over the same river Grandpa flew over, Lisbon on the horizon.

I took the photo with the planes engine in the bottom left but the angle wasn't that close. I don't think the pilot understood what it was about.

Felt pretty special all the same. Just great to fly where Grandpa flew, go where he went. The new photo here is pretty different to Grandpa's original but I can tell you it was pretty dam close and that's nuts considering I had no idea where this was.

There are also some great shots from other people in the album on Facebook. PHOTO 18 - more info I didn't take hard copies of the original photos with me.

I thought I could simply access them on my phone via this site. Turns out there is no signal that high up so I was working from memory.

The Chrysler Building left of frame was a big help. My second trip up was better. I had hard copies, versions saved on my phone and stared at it for so long that I could probably get close to Grandpa's viewpoint from memory.

PHOTO 19 - more info I wouldn't have found it otherwise. I wandered into the Piazza Nicola Demidoff and it looked right. I took a few photos and checked it to discover that the tiles were different and it just wasn't right.

I was mortified for at least 8 minutes. Wondering how the hell I'd find this photo now. Then I spun around and there it was. NB: must read all instructions and helpful tips from people online before worrying that all is lost.

PHOTO 20 - more info Grandpa seemed to take a whole bunch of the photos from his journeys either into or out of this station.

The rain poured down as I wrestled with a tripod, 3 cameras, and a hastily attached umbrella to re-take this photo.

I looked a bit ridiculous but it was fun all the same. PHOTO 21 - more info I originally thought this may be Italy or Europe somewhere.

I even found out that Grandpa went to Israel. Turns out this is Canberra. Australia's much made fun of Capitol city.

What was he up to? Fiddling with his camera in the passenger seat of a car? Or carefully lining up everything, waiting for the lady to cross, right in the middle of the road.

I day tripped to Canberra, found the spot and tried to do the same but Grandpa certainly had a way.

PHOTO 22 - more info Turns out the shadows are different in summer and winter - Grandpa must have been there in the colder months.

Fine with me though. The whole ordeal forced me to hang out in St Marks Square for a few days. Pretty incredible. I saw lots of good 'scams' on my travels but the piegeon guys in St Marks' are pretty good.

They herd the pigeons every day with cheap bird seed, developing a flock. Tourists want a picture with pigeons on their shoulders, for some reason and the guys sell bird seed to the tourists.

Absolute genius. PHOTO 23 - more info Right near this photo at Interlaken West train station. Here a beer is cheaper than water.

So I holed up in a tiny pizza place in the back of the Swiss mountains with a pizza and a beer, contemplating the best place to park the rental car 'Sally' to sleep in that night.

PHOTO 24 - more info It could be in so many places. The cars licence plates helped a little. But cars travel. Amazingly, a few people had sent me the location in the nearby province of Pisa.

It was in a tiny fortified town in the hills, called Volterra. One of the other photos - Photo 01 was really tough and is still missing.

A few people had suggested it might be in Volterra too. I could head to Volterra knowing this would be there, and just enjoy the view. I did wonder what the hell Grandpa was doing in a tiny mountain town in the hills of Italy anyway?

Maybe he was just traveling through on his way to Rome? Maybe he just heard how beautiful it is.

PHOTO 25 - more info I didn't get it that close to Grandpa's but it didn't matter. It was truly amazing to sit where Grandpa sat and meet the guys at Romano's in Burano.

Even some of the photos on the back wall are still there which blew my mind. Check out Photo 06 too, one of the only photos that Grandpa is actually in.

PHOTO 26 - more info I should know after wandering round there for 6 hours.

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