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#497999 - Tue Oct 27 2009 09:45 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: zorba_scank]
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Nice Sunrise Shellie Hope you are keeping well


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#498000 - Tue Oct 27 2009 10:53 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Professer]
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Kodachrome goes to Paris. Notre Dame at sunset, from my 1976 vacation. Notice how I'm cleverly getting around the Holidays thread's one-photo limit.


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#498001 - Tue Oct 27 2009 11:22 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: PauFlP]
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Thanks, Sat and Copago. I love the patriotic seagull, .

Waiting for winter...

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#498002 - Tue Oct 27 2009 12:03 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: ClaraSue]
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Oy, Paul! My next shot was going to be Notre Dame ... guess I'll just have to use something else from Paris instead
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#498003 - Tue Oct 27 2009 12:47 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Santana2002]
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Yes it's cute but it is a pest. The hay that we feed the pet goats gets lots of unwanted visitors - if you walk down there quietly there can be 15-20 of them on there.


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#498004 - Tue Oct 27 2009 01:07 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Copago]
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This is part of the famous Harrow School, located on a hill on all sides.

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#498005 - Tue Oct 27 2009 10:36 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: satguru]
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Here are some of the international uniforms on display at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.


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#498006 - Wed Oct 28 2009 01:02 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: spanishliz]
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One of the fancier Metro signs:

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#498007 - Wed Oct 28 2009 02:48 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Santana2002]
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Santana please post your Notre Dame photo so we can compare it to PauFlpsone from 1976.
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#498008 - Wed Oct 28 2009 05:46 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: lady1]
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This is part of the famous Harrow School, located on a hill on all sides.




Your old alma mater, David of course!?
Its a gorgeous building. Thanks for the memory(again)
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#498009 - Wed Oct 28 2009 06:28 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: ren33]
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Last month I bought a new scanner, but have used it only for business so far. Inspired by PaulFlP's photos, I broke out some old pics last night and started scannning. This is ClaraSue the day after I found her wandering along a country highway over 10 years ago. We figured her age to be about 8 weeks old.

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#498010 - Wed Oct 28 2009 07:49 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: ClaraSue]
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ClaraSue, what a fantabulous shot of the sunflowers! I hope your mom has a framed copy hung up in her house. (And awww how cute, to your puppy too; she looks a little lost and confused)

I'm enjoying the photos of trips to Toronto and Paris very much, and Satguru's ongoing tour in and around London.

Zorba, I'm really enjoying your shots of temples in Mumbai as well as your other photos of old buildings and such, some very interesting architecture, and a glimpse into another part of the world.
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#498011 - Wed Oct 28 2009 09:46 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: MadMags]
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Thank you, MadMags.

Such a cute puppy, ClaraSue.

A 'gola' (ice slush) stall. It's very popular in Mumbai during the summers. It consists of crushed ice on a wooden stick dipped in different juices.

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#498012 - Wed Oct 28 2009 11:07 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: zorba_scank]
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It looks very interesting, Zorba_Scank and it must be very welcome in the heat of the summer.
This is a picture of Wittington village church taken from the Castle.


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#498013 - Wed Oct 28 2009 02:07 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Dotb]
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That's a lovely serene shot, Dot!

Here's some more sheep feeding.

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#498014 - Wed Oct 28 2009 02:29 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Copago]
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Dotb's lovely shot reminded me of this one I took in the Norfolk Broads in 1976. Kodachrome again.

Paul


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#498015 - Wed Oct 28 2009 02:53 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: PauFlP]
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"And the bike it was brand new, and life was laid before him like a platter before a king".

My neighbour friend got a new bike last night. Life is grand when you're nine and king of the road!
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#498016 - Wed Oct 28 2009 04:58 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: MadMags]
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I have actually spent an evening in the main hall at Harrow School once as where I was teaching used it for their speech day. We were all lined up in a row on the stage wearing our graduation uniforms, and mine knocked some of the awards off the table as it dragged past. Very memorable...

This shows it's not all buildings in London, these two are in a field where the buildings end in North Finchley on the Mill Hill border.



This looks too big again, no idea what Photobucket's doing at the moment.


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#498017 - Wed Oct 28 2009 08:35 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: satguru]
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Doesn't look too big at all, David. Looks just fine and so do the donkeys too!

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#498018 - Wed Oct 28 2009 09:04 PM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Copago]
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Aww, what a cute puppy ClaraSue was Loving all the photos, as usual.

These totem poles are in the stairwells at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto. I first saw them when I was four or five years old, and they made a lasting impression! I was glad to visit them again last month.


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#498019 - Thu Oct 29 2009 02:35 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Copago]
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Yes it's cute but it is a pest. The hay that we feed the pet goats gets lots of unwanted visitors - if you walk down there quietly there can be 15-20 of them on there.






Rabbit stew would make a change from lamb/mutton and is very tasty.
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#498020 - Thu Oct 29 2009 03:19 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: sue943]
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Just for you, lady1, here's a shot taken right in front of Notre Dame Cathedral, just a week or two ago

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#498021 - Thu Oct 29 2009 03:57 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: Santana2002]
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Thanks Santana - not changed much
Oh no wonder you took it home ClaraSue - what a cute face!
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#498022 - Thu Oct 29 2009 05:33 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: lady1]
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I'd be impressed by those totem poles, too, Liz. And everybody's scenery photos are just beautiful.

ClaraSue was a cutie when she was little, and ornery as heck! Here she is at age two the summer she found out she loves water. It took me two days to convince her water was OK, then I couldn't keep her out of it.

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#498023 - Thu Oct 29 2009 07:55 AM Re: October photo-a-day [Re: ClaraSue]
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This morning - A giant blue heron at the tidal pond next to my house.


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