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Must agree re Top Gear. Most programmes have me in tears laughing by the end. Just brilliant.
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Watching Springwatch - seeing the otherwise unseen things happening in the countryside from yoljng babies to the cycle of life. Admittedly it is tinged with feelings of guilt that I am a lazy git watching it on TV rather than being out there myself, but the programmes are for me really uplifting. This evening has had some teenagers with remarkable footage of barn owls hunting in the evening light and kingfishers on the river.
And Kate Humble, of course.....
Great wasn't it? I particularly liked the landfill sights. Who'd have thought!?
And that was a great film from those youngsters. Puts us to shame. Loved it.
I've just received a new piece of kit! I won't tell you what it is as I've not tried this particular thing before and it might yet end up in the "Do you have a piece of kit you're disappointed with" if I don't get to grips with it.
I suppose I'll have to read the instructions first and then go glooping around in the undergrowth, but as it's pooring with rain I won't be uploading anything just yet.
The mind boggles. But then, I've got a boggly mind.
Is it a macro flash? A millipede sex identification kit?
Quote: I suppose I'll have to read the instructions first and then go glooping around in the undergrowth, but as it's pooring with rain I won't be uploading anything just yet.
it's not an umbrella, then...
Quote: A millipede sex identification kit?
I woner how many legs a millipede has to get over to get its leg over?
I can't believe I spelt "Pouring" wrongly. I hate it when I do that.
Stopped raining. Masterpiece on its way any time now. (Not!)
SlowSong, Do you realise you are in the Happy Forum? You should not be grumbling, it will give you rinkles(I can't believe I spelt wrinkles wrongly.) Please let us know what your new piece of equipment is - we are fed up of hearing about the Royal Wedding, Ascot, etc., etc.
I loved Ascot. Lovely horses. And seeing all those women toppling around on the wet grass in high heels and trying to keep their hats on was great. And a fight too!
As for my equipment, all will be revealed in good time.
Quote: I loved Ascot
ooh, what was his name? Angus, Hamish?
Oops sorry, just read the rest of it. Time for the pub I think..
now that makes me happy
Just finished 4 day on my camera club stand at a large art & craft show in Christchurch Priory and its been fabulous.
Loads of people stopping to talk photography, they seemed to like what our club is doing and we may have an embarrasing number of new applications for membership.
Then to cap it all I've had past customers coming in to see me to find out when our next exhibition is / tell me how much they are still enjoying the prints I have created for them over the past few years.
It was a crap year financially last year but after a few days like this - I just don't care - I love what I do!
Good to hear you enjoyed it, Brian.
There's nothing worth watching on TV tonight. Why am I happy? Well, previously I paid R. Murdoch esq. a princely sum for the privilege of watching bugger all and since giving up my Sky subscription I can watch bugger all for free.
Quote: There's nothing worth watching on TV tonight.
Not only tonight but every night
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