By woolybill1
A mystery item in my sister's garden in mid-Wales.

Sorry I can't offer a positive identification but it's either a Wotsit or a Thingy.

Tags: Photo journalism Black and white Specialist and abstract RAS Silly saturday

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28 Apr 2012 8:44AM
Super gritty mono Bill, which complements this piece of gubbins.


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franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
28 Apr 2012 9:14AM
Definitely a wotsit Bill! Grin Excellent!

minter 6 1 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2012 9:45AM
I was going to say gritty! Nice.
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
28 Apr 2012 9:46AM
clearly an oomajaflop! Grin
photoshy 5 3 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2012 10:16AM
agree with ken, a wotsit.
28 Apr 2012 10:27AM
and this toning...!
Alvar 9 23 2 France
28 Apr 2012 10:37AM
We would say here A "truc" Bill SmileSmileSmile
28 Apr 2012 12:18PM
A good gritty image here Bill, and yes, it's definitely one of those.

John Smile
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2012 1:43PM
Or it could be a douflop - but most of them are in Northants WinkWinkWink
Like your grainy mono here Bill
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
28 Apr 2012 2:30PM
That's what I'd call it. Kind of looks like an old heavy duty wheelbarrow...........Sandy
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
28 Apr 2012 3:30PM
It's a thingummyjig, Bill! A great, gritty mono shot Wink
Trev Smile
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
28 Apr 2012 3:37PM
You are close with your ID of a thingy Bill,
but it has an extra gear wheel here,so therefor
it is a thingyjiggerybob !!
But wotsit for ?,I have no ID !!
LexEquine 10 19 United States
28 Apr 2012 5:26PM
~ Makes for a Unique Monochrome Abstract still life Image ~

~ Peter Wink
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1832 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2012 5:50PM
I thought it might be an old mangle, but am very unsure about that.
I am even wondering if YOU know what it is.
Makes a great picture, anyway, Bill.
LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2012 6:09PM
Intriguing! Makes a good mono pic though.
jonwebber 8 4 1 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2012 6:17PM
No idea what it is, but I may have the missing bit.
28 Apr 2012 6:27PM
I like these gritty images
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2012 6:41PM

Quote:I thought it might be an old mangle, but am very unsure about that.
I am even wondering if YOU know what it is.

I haven't the faintest idea Smile
I think it was purely ornamental when new; I find it even more ornamental now.....
At any rate, it is bound to be related to Jon Webber's Thingy Smile
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
29 Apr 2012 12:39AM
not the faintest idea. definitely a farmadingdong. and very well processed.
joolsb 12 27.1k 38 Switzerland
29 Apr 2012 8:11AM
The answer is quite simple. If it tastes of cheese then it's a Wotsit. Otherwise it's a thingy.

HTH. Wink
KingBee Plus
10 492 2 Scotland
29 Apr 2012 8:52AM
it's a knackersqueezer, anyone can see that, typically used by the Spanish priests back in the day .....

(God, makes me eyes water just thinking about it ....)

Lovely grain, BTW.

Trying to catch up - trust you're both well.


Suehh 9 39 6 England
29 Apr 2012 8:02PM
No. It is defo a thingymajig Bill. Love the POV here and the graininess.
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
29 Apr 2012 8:33PM
This one would catch Mikbee's eye no doubt
Brilane 10 5 12 Wales
29 Apr 2012 9:15PM
Tis summat, Bill.

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