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Good day to you all at ePx.
Thank you for taking the time out to view, comment and vote on my upload yesterday.
I had a wonderful time with Julie, Katie, Christopher and his girlfriend Kirsty as we all celebrated mine and Julies birthdays in a superb Chinese Buffet Meal in Worthing.
Todays image which I am sure some of the members of the Rust Appreciation Society will appreciate was taken whilst prowling the ground of the hospital home.
I hope that you all have a great day. For me I think a long stroll is needed to work off the still heavily laden Chinese food.
Glad I am first on this one Nathan.
An excellent addition to the RAS files !!
Doesn't look to have been opened for some time with all those cobwebs. Nice find Nathan. Glad you had a good time yesterday.
Think the local spiders have made this their own Nathan. A great spot and capture by you.
Great shot,very nicely captured.
Keep locked for many days it seems. Nice observation and well presented. Nice that you had a good time .
Very well spotted and realized , Nathan !- --- Jukka.
The question is: who has got the key?
Good capture, Nathan, glad to hear you had a great time out with the family. Carol
Some difficulties to open that lock
I did think that Mick would be happy with this one Nathan.A brilliant rusty lock,look for the key to see what's inside.
I am glad you had a great time with your family,chinese food Mmmmmmmm.
Well spotted Nathan, as Mick said a fine addition to the RAS files,
I am pleased to know you had a great time with the family, Nathan. Wonderful light and detail, a great shot.
A great image Nathan Obviously been a long time since the lock was used and a great find.
The Words 'lost Key' comes to mind Nathan A great find indeed for subject matter.
Glad you had a good time mate.
Returning to nature. Just needs a bug making its home inside and popping its head out of the front door.
Locked in time.
Great spot and capture, Nathan.
Keep out !! Glad to read you are having a good time.
An excellent qualifying shot for RAS membership.
I do hope they let you out no and again Nathan!
A proper padlock...
Great you had a good celebration...
Take it easy today
Very well taken photo cracker!
Rust is always a winner Nathan.
Even inscribed so that the burglars know they're breaking in somewhere special
Lock up and throw away the key - glad you enjoyed your day
It's been some time since this has had some WD40!
Great shot, Nathan.
Wonderfully rusty! Makes a perfect picture!
Just needs a touch of WD40
Is that one of the RAS's no-no words
A wonderful specimen, beautifully photographed Nathan.
I do hope there is another exit.
A point well made here Nathan need to be a long walk after that lot!!!
Super detail,composition and use of light well spotted!!!
Super image Nathan. Did you know they have forged steel shackles and four brass levers?
What a great find Nathan, a super capture, glad you had a great time
Happy belated birthday Nathan...a great find, well captured
Sounds like you had a lovely day Nathan. Love the choice of image for today and you have captured it so well.
Im so pleased you all had a grand day out, Love this rusty , dusty old lock, great shot with all his cobwebs too.
Another fine spot from you. Love the fascinating detail. Hope the tum settles!
A terrific rusty Silly Sunday shot
Brilliant "rusty bust" for silly Sunday!
Great image, great tilte!
Love the subject with the spider webs on show...
Superb find and superbly shot Nathan got all yhey right ingredients
WD40 will soon get that working, I think I will try some on myself.
Looks to be lots of cobwebs in there too, Nathan! Nice bit of close-up work
A great image. It has a Dickensian feel to it.
a very fine image well taken
Great shot Nathan. Cathy
Brilliant details and observation
Great image Nathan and ... a Squires padlock, an old local family business with whom we have worked with over the years.
Rust that is British. Rust you can Trust...
Great shot of a good old British lock Nathan.
My mother worked for Squires when she left school in the 1920's.
Indeed you can Nathan, this will unlock Mikebee's cold, hard rusty heart!
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