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A bit of simple rust on a Nissen hut at the airfield.
It is a damn cheek if you ask me.
I cannot understand how they allowed these Japanese to make their cars here during World War Two !!
Funny how one bolt is rusty and one is not. Now THAT, is confusing! Glad you're out and about.......Sandy
Un excelente detalle.
Vanilla and chocolate!
Good one Mick and interesting patterns…..
Good to see our rust guru posting again.
Nicely seen and captured here, Mick.
Money talks Mick and politicians understand it's language well I love this image - simple and very effective !!
It's great to see your Rusty images again Mick,and this is a great one
Wonderful tones and textures Mick a good shot.
They knew how to build in them days!!!
Oh Mick you are a one!
I believe there is a saying that "The Japanese lost the War but they won the Sushi".
Maybe I'm the one who is getting confused here.
So glad to see the warm weather has galvanised you into action
Looks a little eye...eye there sir!
glad your'e managing to get out and about...taking
your sense of humour along as well
Hmmm, Japanese rust, Vely interesting.
Business is business.....nuff said
Glad to see that you are back on the grot trail, lovely colours textures and shapes.
Oh dear - things haven't improved in the humour department during your absence Mick! We have missed your madness but it seems you're back with a vengeance! Good job too!
Nice one Mick Well up to standard.
Fine rusty capture Mick,
Ha! Ha! Nice one, Mick and a fine bit of grot and detail here too.
Put 4 wheels on this and you've got a Datsun
The best pair of nuts I have seen on here this week....Simple but good...the image not you...
Glad to see you're rust hunting again Mick.
Rust o yes Micks around, love the comments above that and your very well taken image.
Cracking shot Mick, great composition, textures and tones
Quote: Funny how one bolt is rusty and one is not. Now THAT, is confusing! Glad you're out and about.......Sandy
Back and stirring things up already - that's the Mick we know and love!
No a bad rust image
I love the feel of this corrugated stuff. It always held the heat well.
Looks like someone after a little to much saki
Glad to see your humor and rust have returned.
Looks like they had to replace the bolt on the left! Well, one must preserve these rusty specimens
Your definitely feeling better !!
Mick, strange how rust and the elements affect metal in so much uneven ways, nice little shadow.....
So great to see one off your images again and hope you are well.......
A little UA for you as I was so pleased to see your image.....
good to see you back Mick, had to be yours
that is a ceacker tome back with.. simple and yet so well corroded!
and look what you are doing, everybody is mixing some rust in the pictures again!
OH NO ........ not you again.
Glad to see you back
I see you still got nuts rusted on your mind...
Great caption Mick, I had to think about that one, must be slowing down in my cottage.
Nice shot, Mick, I like the anecdote.
I hope that you are OK.
Love the subject and the light on show! Attactive shot Mick!
Maybe the rusty bits got sub-contracted out to China Mick?
Nevertheless you got the lighting spot on here.
a nice & rusty one, Mick
Glad to see that you haven't been rusting on your laurels during your absence from this site, as they say you can with a Nissan! lol
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