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  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Frostie in Custody

    I'm a bit sad today because I was worried about little Frostie. He's been visiting our house for a month or so and was very, very thin and bony, and always seemed to sleep in my neighbour's shed so we didn't know if he had a home or not. Anyway, he ...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Nearly!

    The rain stopped just in time. Another half an hour and I reckon our garden shed would have been flooded. [photo]

  • Avatar : dark_lord

    Royal International Air Tattoo 2017

    I've always wanted to go to RIAT and this year I bit the bullet and went. It was an early start as the gates open at 7.30 am. There wasn't much delay in getting in (and I have to say not too much trouble in exiting later in the day which is nearly al...

  • Avatar : SlowSong

    Why Ferns Die

    Well they do eventually turn to brown mush in my garden, and the culprit is ................................. [photo] Frankie, caught in the act. He particularly likes to wee in the bushes, but he is a boy. ;) Update on Frostie. He came into t...

  • Avatar : cattyal

    346/365

    Once again I was waiting for a bus this evening so played with the Slow Shutter Cam at 1 second - a teeny bit too long methinks but I still quite like the effect! [photo]

  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Cracking.....

    ...... light at the lake this morning....... changing colours [photo] [photo] [photo]

  • Avatar : cattyal

    274/365

    I went over to Gloucester today to visit the prison. It's not been in use for about 5 years or so and now you can take a look around. Not cheap - 15 for solo wandering and a bit more for a guided tour. I'll go back and do the guided tour next tim...

  • Avatar : cattyal

    325/365

    Fingers crossed for me - these two chairs are excess to requirements at the office and I'm going to ask if I can have them. They were here when the boss at the time bought the building and although he's no longer boss the building, much of the conte...

  • Avatar : cattyal

    284/365

    Today was another day where not a single photo was taken - all I did was go into town and back at lunchtime and saw nothing inspiring - or maybe I just wasn't inspired - who knows. Consequently I had to pick up the mobile this evening as I was damne...

  • Avatar : johnriley1uk

    The Siege of Rhuddlan, 1062

    Although some web sources suggest a date of 1165, we arrived at Rhuddlan Castle somewhere around 1062. King Harold wasn't King yet, but he was on his way to Rhuddlan to defeat the Welsh King. Sure enough, some contemporary characters were around the ...

  • Avatar : Gypsyman

    Question.

    My Camera - Casio EX-H 15. Has developed a ghosting , which appears at all lens settings. I am thinking of getting a new Camera of the same type, and would like to know if any other make take the Batteries that I have NP 90.

  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    A late entry.....

    ..... and a late night at the lake. Spent ages there tonight, it was a delight sitting on the favourite bench watching the changing light. There were fishermen tonight, caught some nice light before the sun went down. The light on the tent grabbed my...

  • Avatar : cattyal

    347/365

    A slight variation on my frequent standing at the bus-stop snaps. This time it's a standing inside the bus waiting for him to park up and for me to get off. These are nice new buses - the stairs up are a joy - no bendy corners to negotiate, wider s...

  • Avatar : cattyal

    333/365

    One of the Daves came to work with me today and spent the afternoon poking around my desk. [photo] [photo] [photo]

  • Avatar : cattyal

    357/365

    My morning was spent trying to be domestic and getting a few jobs done around the house. Actually I did manage to empty two boxes and added more to the big charity shop pile that is growing in the back room (I'll try to get that picked up this week)...