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Jestertheclown 12 8.4k 253 England
10 Apr 2020 5:10PM

Quote: her arms are behind the tv at the moment Smile

Completely irrelevant but behind my TV I've got the propellor from a 1933 deHavilland Dragon Rapide airliner.

As one does . . .
altitude50 16 21.4k United Kingdom
10 Apr 2020 6:59PM
It has been a minor ambition, for afew years to take a reasonably decent photo of a Goldfinch.
They are always very quick and unsettled. This afternoon there were about 5 in a local tree, I took about 60 pictures on my TZ80 at max telephoto (not easy) handheld, obviously, through an open window.
There were three or four that showed it was a Goldfinch, but not good, mainly due to the background (a parked car and a porch.)
I left it a few minutes and this one obligingly came back. It stayed on the same twig for perhaps 30 seconds watching a marauding cat well below on a wall.
The result. 5 half decent shots, not ornithology standard, but this was the last one and the best uncropped and not photoshopped.21670_1586541387.jpg
cattyal Plus
16 9.2k 6 England
10 Apr 2020 7:04PM

Quote:
Quote: her arms are behind the tv at the moment Smile

Completely irrelevant but behind my TV I've got the propellor from a 1933 deHavilland Dragon Rapide airliner.

As one does . . .



You're talking to a woman who has a ridiculous amount of 'stuff' around the house - a propellor would be quite at home here!

There's another layer of 'stuff' beyond that shown here Smile 31743_1586541842.jpg
Paul Morgan 19 19.5k 6 England
11 Apr 2020 1:34AM

Quote:As we have more time at home - i'm experimenting with Rhubarb from the garden
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Rhubarb and Cinnamon stick compote.



I can see someone piling on a few pounds.

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