Registered: Thu Feb 17 2000
Loc: Kingsbury London UK
I did show some bunting, and have a few more of it as I passed through the villages. I was always fascinated by flyovers as a child, especially so when they built two three deckers near me in the 70s. This is the A1 going over the local road in Biggleswade.
"The climate system is a coupled non-linear chaotic system, and therefore the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible."
Registered: Sun Jan 04 2009
Loc: Oswestry Shropshire UK
Originally Posted By: Christinap
Originally Posted By: playmate1111
Beautiful pictures all but where are the Jubilee pictures? I was expecting to see a few here
I have a few from a local event but they all have a lot of people in them, too many to blank out all the recognisable faces. Perhaps others have the same problem. I think the same will happen with the torch relay photos I intend to take when it comes through Rayleigh.
Yes, I have photos of the olympic torch going through the town near us. Far too many faces to post here though.
Why accept failure when success is an option?
Registered: Thu May 24 2007
Loc: South Dakota USA
I was playing golf in northeast Nebraska. It was a hilly, wooded course next to a lake. On one tee box I happened to look back and saw these wild turkeys crossing the adjacent green. I'd never seen one before so it was a nice experience.
I've heard of birdies, eagles and albatrosses in golf but never "turkeys".
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Registered: Fri Jan 06 2006
Loc: Crawley Sussex England
Jubilee pictures? In the village of Malham in the Pennines they had a safari including dolphins in the River Aire (which was less than 6 inches deep at this point despite all the rain) [I was just passing through - a one night stop]
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Registered: Sun Jul 27 2008
Loc: Essex UK
The new rose bed I planted last year is really coming into full flower now. These are all David Austin roses. He specialises in ones that look like old roses, and have wondeful scent, but the disease resistance and repeat flowering of modern roses.