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........or, "The Gibside Glove" (sounds like a novel)!
Well it IS Sunday!!!
Nice splash of colour
a bit of a mess, but spring is coming!
Brilliant! Well spotted, Carol
I remember Gibside with great fondness especially during the Spring.
Sorry Carol you've lost me - Gibside?????? Nice splash of colour though.
Quote: Sorry Carol you've lost me - Gibside?????? Nice splash of colour though.
Maybe I should have said to see my previous upload!!
Well seen, I had forgotten about Moira's fixation with gloves.
So that's where she's got to. Gone feral again...
Quote: So that's where she's got to. Gone feral again...
Yes, and she wasn't willing to come home with me either - who knows where she will turn up again!!
Well seen, nice colour.
Nice one Carol
References to Moira to one side, this is a well observed and captured shot with great colour and textures.
Whether it was there before you came along......or not......makes for a nice photo Carol!
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