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Scoop Images: The Return Of The Ringers Party (1)

Scoop was delighted to accept an invitation from Theonering.net to the Return of The Ringers Party in Wellington last night. The following photo essay illustrates just a small part of what was a very very excellent party. See also Scoop Images: Return Of The Ringers Party (2) & Scoop Images: Return Of The Ringers Party (3)


The ticket


"Oi, let us in"


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Oour hosts for the night… Theonering.net's inimitable Tehanu and Quickbeam


A sign of things to come, LOTR Director Peter Jackson with an Oscar


Hobbit organ donation campaigner Andy Tookey from givelife.org.nz/. Peter Jackson nominated Andy's charity to be the beneficiary from the charity auction.


The bestest Balrog
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Legolas
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Look it's those smokin' ringwraiths again!
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… flashback….
The original smokin' ringwraiths

… photo essay continues… Scoop Images: Return Of The Ringers Party (2)

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