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Where were you at 12.12pm today?

16-year-old Luke Bertwistle of Eastern Heights celebrated his birthday on Wednesday (12-12-12) and marked the occasion with a photograph beneath the Ipswich Post Office clock tower at 12:12pm.
16-year-old Luke Bertwistle of Eastern Heights celebrated his birthday on Wednesday (12-12-12) and marked the occasion with a photograph beneath the Ipswich Post Office clock tower at 12:12pm. David Nielsen

WHERE were you at 12.12pm today?

Luke Bertwistle celebrated his birthday today and QT photographer David Nielsen was on hand to mark the occasion with a picture of 16-year-old beneath the Ipswich Post Office clock tower at 12:12.

Are you also celebrating anything special today? Or do you know of any cool coincidences when it comes to the date?

Leave a comment below or post a 12/12/12 photograph of yourself on the QT Facebook page or email it to photos@qt.com.au (remember to include 12/12/12 in the subject field).




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