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The other side again

The other side again by woolybill1

For a moment, I thought you had rediscovered Flatford Mill, Bill (whoops, that rhymes - must be the times). Then I thought, 'I know that place - like a familiar face'. Can't remember ever seeing the Wear so clear.

Watching Litter

Watching Litter by SlowSong

Standing on the other leg this time, I see. We have the Baltic in our neck of the woods, which is the nearest that the North-East gets to the Tate Modern. Brian Sewell once commented that we ignorant plebs don't deserve it and it should be in London. That's us put in our place then. Like the series.

Personal demons revisited

Personal demons revisited by mrswoolybill

Perhaps the KGB were responsible for the graffiti. I believe that they have a bit of spare time these days. I thought I recognised these two.

The Reggie Perrin experience

The Reggie Perrin experience by mrswoolybill

If you know your J K Rowling, that could be a portkey.

Not so gently.

Not so gently. by mikbee

Multi-toned rust as well. Some of it looks almost golden. That will be high class rust, of course. For toffs and royalty.

Gently does it.

Gently does it. by mikbee

I see the Fringe is over then.

A Woman's Work

A Woman's Work by SlowSong

Well, you'd have thought she had the sense not to use up ALL her clothes before putting them in the wash. There's a lady a bit like her at the bottom of my garden (yours is prettier). It being August (and dawn) the weather is cold, wet and miserable and the poor dear doesn't even have a pile of clothing to yearn for. Dang! There goes my grammar again. I must remember never to use a preposition to end a sentence with.

Jaws 1

Jaws 1 by mrswoolybill

That is one scary Renault.

Dave

Farewell Fringe.

Farewell Fringe. by mikbee

I posted comments on these yesterday, but they seem to have disappeared, so I'll post them again.

V1. I hope she doesn't spend time looking through photographic websites, for your sake, Mick.
V2. My wife thinks nothing on spending thirty-odd quid on having her barnet cropped - but it's all right because they give her a cup of coffee. I reckon they saw her coming.
V3. I had to look at this for a very long time before I worked out a suitable comment. Now I can't remember what it was, so perhaps I should take another look.

Dave

RX89

RX89 by woolybill1

Mrs W was right, Bill. I had to look at it for a while before I made my mind up, but black and white works here.

Dave

The Red Zone

The Red Zone by SlowSong

I think I detect the start of a new series of images here, Chris. 'Things I took at the Natural History Museum While Standing on One Leg and Falling Over.' And why not? V1 benefits from it. The exposure is spot-on. You were never going to get any detail in the people without blasting them with a really powerful flash (which would have bleached everything else out) so you opted for atmosphere instead. You made the right choice.

Dave

Heavy Metal (continued...)

Heavy Metal (continued...) by mrswoolybill

Francesco was right.

Dave

Red.

Red. by mikbee

V1. It has been a month or two since I last clapped eyes on Bill Wooldridge, but he seems to have aged a bit and gone a little adventurous in his dress sense. V2. No, that isn't Moira. Not even the one on the left. V3, The Scottish Play's witches appear to have gone all glamorous these days. And, no, I have never seen Moira wearing anything like that outfit.

Dave

The Oldest Things You Will Ever See

The Oldest Things You Will Ever See by SlowSong

Speaking as someone who owns a genuine (and complete) dinosaur egg - it's about the size of a football - I am into really old things. Good to see this, Chris. The Natural History Museum is one of those places that everybody must visit before they shuffle off this mortal coil.

Dave

When shall we three meet again?

When shall we three meet again? by mrswoolybill

When the hurlyburly's done,
When the battle's lost and won.

Dave

Audience participation.

Audience participation. by mikbee

Must admit I feel quite envious of him because he is sharing the sheet with her. I don't feel envious of her at all. Presumably the visitor has just made a discovery in V.2, and the little girl is a delight.

Dave

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