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bluesandtwos 11 519 1 England
17 Jul 2020 8:35AM
Probably ( almost certainly) inappropriate in every way but I so want to put a speech bubble enclosing "Hello sailor" on this image. Sorry.Blush

I really do admire you for having the courage and the skills to go out and do these self images, they really are very good, so please excuse my childish humour!

Dave
saltireblue Plus
10 11.8k 75 Norway
17 Jul 2020 8:48AM
An unspoken invitation. The phallic symbolism of the hand on the pipe subtly suggestive.
Hope you had an umbrella over the camera - that particular model isn't weather-sealed, is it?
dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1833 England
17 Jul 2020 11:40AM
Round the Horne humour beckons...

From a time when bad things happened - but there was a deal more innocence, even about back alleys...

I may not have expressed that very well - I hope you know what I mean!
rambler Plus
12 1.0k 17 England
17 Jul 2020 1:10PM
I do adore you for your art, what dedication,

Ken SmileSmileSmileSmile
19 Jul 2020 4:17AM

Quote:Probably ( almost certainly) inappropriate in every way but I so want to put a speech bubble enclosing "Hello sailor" on this image. Sorry.Blush

I really do admire you for having the courage and the skills to go out and do these self images, they really are very good, so please excuse my childish humour!

Dave



Oh your excused Dave, i have heard much cornier comments on these elsewhere Wink
19 Jul 2020 4:20AM

Quote:An unspoken invitation. The phallic symbolism of the hand on the pipe subtly suggestive.
Hope you had an umbrella over the camera - that particular model isn't weather-sealed, is it?



Ahhh yes, subtleties in body language, apparently, according to psychologists, when a lady caresses the stem of a wine glass, she is thinking of... the Eiffel Tower, or something Tongue

Nope, the lens is weather resistant but the camera not, im not too fussed if that camera gets wet but i do cover it with a drawstring plastic bag, which came in very handy an hour ago when i went out in the middle of a big downpour... the things we do for photography!
19 Jul 2020 4:24AM

Quote:Round the Horne humour beckons...

From a time when bad things happened - but there was a deal more innocence, even about back alleys...

I may not have expressed that very well - I hope you know what I mean!



Sort of, i had to google Round The Home, just slightly, ever so slightly, before my time Smile

Back alleys nowadays though do get a bad rep, there used to be a CCTV camera down there at one time but its gone now, moved to another site i guess as there is another one in another alley not so far from this one. But as alleys go, this is a pretty one, full of history as well!
19 Jul 2020 4:25AM

Quote:I do adore you for your art, what dedication,

Ken SmileSmileSmileSmile



Awww thank you, i appreciate that a lot!
19 Jul 2020 4:26AM

Quote:An unspoken invitation. The phallic symbolism of the hand on the pipe subtly suggestive.
Hope you had an umbrella over the camera - that particular model isn't weather-sealed, is it?



How remiss, i didnt thank you for the UA, so thank you xox
dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1833 England
19 Jul 2020 5:55PM
I forget that not everybody adores Radio 4 Extra. Round the Horne is alive and well there, and still amuses me a lot. But yes, I was old enough to hear the programme first time round, though without really understanding all the stuff about Julian and Sandy and the Royal Marines...

Back in the Sixties, though, it was amazing that the BBC didn't blue-pencil half the script - it was, after all, full of dirty jokes and subversive tropes (I think they're called).

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