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#445561 - Thu Nov 27 2008 10:54 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Here's some detail of a house in Golders Green.



It's hard to find many with original windows, Hampstead Garden Suburb next door must keep them by law, but that is the exception.
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#445562 - Thu Nov 27 2008 11:16 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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A public toilet in Notting Hill, with a definite Art Deco look about it!

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#445563 - Thu Nov 27 2008 04:38 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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A colorful fishing boat...


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#445564 - Thu Nov 27 2008 05:01 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Early morning in our village.
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#445565 - Fri Nov 28 2008 11:32 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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A very nice little car, a Lotus 7 I believe. Perhaps some enthusiast can identify the exact model/series?


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#445566 - Fri Nov 28 2008 03:33 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Headgear for the Opera
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#445567 - Fri Nov 28 2008 06:02 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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The Lotus 7 was made between 1957 and 1972 when Caterham in Surrey took it over and produce it as the Caterham 7, this one being aluminium so not in need of paint. Besides the name the car is the same, much like the AC/Shelby Cobra of the same eras.

This is Barnet, my favourite Football Club which I wrote a quiz about to celebrate their promotion back to the football league, and also where Arsenal play their reserve fixtures.

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#445568 - Fri Nov 28 2008 11:09 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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These aren't my lights obviously. I have a Scrooge display in my yard. This is a house in the neighborhood. Every year they really light it up.

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#445569 - Sat Nov 29 2008 12:30 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Missed "Turkey Day" yesterday but here are a few of the wild variety. I didn't even know they lived in the mountains until we spotted these coming down through the canyon. I had always thought they resided by the rivers in the flatlands for some reason.


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#445570 - Sat Nov 29 2008 12:42 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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A fine Soay sheep - an ancient breed, photographed at nearby Celtic Harmony Iron Age re-enactment camp.


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#445571 - Sat Nov 29 2008 04:59 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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The line from Southfields to Putney opposite my old college



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#445572 - Sat Nov 29 2008 05:26 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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ClaraSue,
Thanks for your early trek out, wet hair and all, to get that morning shot - gorgeous!

Ren,
Love the cultural costumes and the pic of your village. Such a different world and such a pleasure to be able to see it.

Tredici,
I have many friends who go through the difficult task of bowhunting the wild turkeys in the southern part of our state. I understand, from what I have been told, it takes a lot of patience and quickness to get one. They may look awkward, but understand they can run like the dickens!

picqero,
What a beautiful face on that sheep. The story behind their heritage is fascinating, especially the mystery behind their arrival. Thank you again for adding the info you do. Are you a member of the Celtic Harmony organization?

Thanks to all the rest for your's too!
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#445573 - Sat Nov 29 2008 06:02 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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This is transportation for a VIP in the Chinese Opera, not sure who, as the bride is carried in a very special Sedan.
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#445574 - Sat Nov 29 2008 08:05 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Just caught up with all your photos, great to see glimpses of all your lives.

Took this one for SatG. If you really like straight roads this will make your heart beat.


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#445575 - Sat Nov 29 2008 11:04 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Great photos, everybody!

Christmas decorations at the mall...


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#445576 - Sun Nov 30 2008 05:01 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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beautiful deer dg - they always seem to have their heads down, here too. Magnificent rainbow shot clara sue. And lovely brickwork Satguru. Everyones pictures are a real treat to browse through. Love that wee squirrel spanish liz ... ah that time of year.



a flower bed - literally
chock full of bright marigolds.
Near my friend Clara's home at Moose Pass - Seward Highway, Seward Alaska


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#445577 - Sun Nov 30 2008 10:25 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Proof of global warming... my hibiscus bush is blooming on this last day of November...


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#445578 - Sun Nov 30 2008 11:18 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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A dull, wet, and overcast day today, but my wife and I visited the small but historic town of Thaxted in Essex.
There are many interesting buildings in Thaxted, and this fully restored windmill is one of them. Originally built in 1804, it's known as John Webb's Windmill.


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#445579 - Sun Nov 30 2008 11:25 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Thanks for another road Jillian, we're building up quite a collection- I did another one yesterday so should put that up soon as well.

This is the little main shopping part of Claygate in Surrey from the station bridge. I wanted to take the horses opposite but it was already too dark at 3.30pm. If only the clocks didn't go back.

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#445580 - Sun Nov 30 2008 12:15 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Welcome teammate PDAZ. My hibiscus looks just like that, except the flowers are gone, and the leaves, and its not as full.



Falls of the Big Sioux River. They should be frozen now. I'll see if I can get a picture of that.
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#445581 - Sun Nov 30 2008 02:09 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Display in Edinburghs Winter Wonderland is now in full swing opened Thursday and is on the go till after Christmas.
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#445582 - Sun Nov 30 2008 03:45 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Hi DG -- very cool -- water freezes, eh?

Aw, Edinburgh -- my favorite city -- I want to be there for Christmas!

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#445583 - Sun Nov 30 2008 04:24 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Great pic, sat! Which way do the cars travel? It looks like they're parked in both directions-on both sides of the street.
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#445584 - Mon Dec 01 2008 01:53 AM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Row of houses looking majestic with church spires behind. The Travelodge i stayed atis apparently 3 of these house knocked into one, with lift access. I felt as though i was staying in a posh hotel as the room was double the size of the normal Travel lodge family rooms
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#445585 - Mon Dec 01 2008 05:16 PM Re: Photo-a-day - November 2008
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Love the "flower bed." A plant nursery here used to have one out in front.


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