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#980917 - Fri Apr 26 2013 07:13 AM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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It gives me the creeps, frankly. Really freaky.
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#980947 - Fri Apr 26 2013 08:59 AM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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It's bizarre! A really worthwhile picture, I can't help staring at it. But truly, freaky-odd too! laugh

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#980955 - Fri Apr 26 2013 09:24 AM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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It is possible to find a few other instances of this if 'mutated daisy' is searched for on Google.

I'm just wondering if a patio cleaning fluid could have done it. This keeps concrete or slabs free of moss and black spots. The daisy is near the path but then so are a lot of other daisies that look completely normal.
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#981056 - Fri Apr 26 2013 05:34 PM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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My tuplips are out quite nicely now.


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#981067 - Fri Apr 26 2013 06:57 PM Re: April Arrived! [Re: Christinap]
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My tuplips are out quite nicely now.


Gorgeous - they are one of my favourite flowers (must be my Dutch heritage).
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#981205 - Sat Apr 27 2013 03:42 PM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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Here's the whole bed


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#981228 - Sat Apr 27 2013 05:49 PM Re: April Arrived! [Re: tellywellies]
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Originally Posted By: tellywellies
All very good photos. Satguru's are always interesting because they give a fair idea of what ordinary England is like away from the places that might be visited as a tourist.


Thanks Martin, besides those being the ones around me I also catalogue as much as possible for the Ordnance Survey map, which involves finding new places the whole time and getting pictures wherever you are so people can see what's there. Of course this began before Streetview but we can both see more than them and save our archives while theirs update and lose the old images.

I walked out of the gym and there was a rainbow, luckily I had the camera with me.

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#981277 - Sun Apr 28 2013 02:32 AM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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Another one from ANZAC Day.


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#981370 - Sun Apr 28 2013 02:09 PM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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A horse with a blindfold on, presumably there to keep flies away from the eyes:

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#981404 - Mon Apr 29 2013 02:42 AM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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#981530 - Mon Apr 29 2013 02:39 PM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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The water garden and cherry blossom in Wimbledon Park

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#981547 - Mon Apr 29 2013 04:39 PM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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oh my. Prunus blossoms are my favourite in spring. Nice pic David.

If anyone cares, we're in the midst of a blizzard here (not the Dairy Queen sort, sigh), so no spring photos yet (although there is quite a dandy dandelion growing on my front step). Might be the longest winter on record in my lifetime (which is a LOT of years, lol).
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#981548 - Mon Apr 29 2013 04:46 PM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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That's lovely David, I love the sight of cherry blossom, never fails to cheer me up.

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#981643 - Tue Apr 30 2013 09:31 AM Re: April Arrived! [Re: ren33]
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Thanks guys, I do annual garden photos near where I used to live, and usually a few cherry blossoms every spring as well, which also lined many roads there. This is a yachting lesson just next to the garden.

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