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#348250 - Thu Mar 15 2007 03:09 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Maybe Aramis would like to chase off a couple of magpies

Have another look at Aramis' face. Do you really think he could be bothered to expend the energy required to chase birds?

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#348251 - Thu Mar 15 2007 03:59 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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He does look a very 'laid back' sort of cat I suppose
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#348252 - Thu Mar 15 2007 06:23 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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When I was furnishing my house last year I was delighted to find the bookshelf on the left in a local antique/secondhand store. I was even happier a few weeks later when my next door neighbour (who hadn't seen the first shelf) asked me if I had a use for the one on the right!


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#348253 - Fri Mar 16 2007 01:13 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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I LOVE your cat Aramis! And he does not look very energetic - typical cat.
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#348254 - Fri Mar 16 2007 10:20 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Barges on the Basingstoke Canal:



It's nice along here when Summer arrives. Very picturesque. The towpath could do with some repair though.
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#348255 - Fri Mar 16 2007 11:19 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Lovely day once more. Yet another trip to the garden centre, took photos of parakeets and a rabbit but was then drawn to the plants.

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#348256 - Fri Mar 16 2007 12:57 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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This is my first post in this thread. Hope it works!

This is yellow jasmine (Carolina Jessamine), a native plant, growing in our backyard.

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#348257 - Fri Mar 16 2007 01:17 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Anne of Cleves was probably the luckiest of Henry VIII’s wives: she left him with her head still firmly in place and pretty good divorce terms. Among the properties she owned was this house at Lewes in Sussex, though apparently she never lived there. It may have come to her as part of the divorce settlement.

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#348258 - Fri Mar 16 2007 03:22 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Nosy little squirrel that lives in my garage.
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#348259 - Fri Mar 16 2007 05:30 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Great photo of your nosy squirrel!

After days of springlike weather this is what it is doing outside right now! Quite a lot of snow is predicted...


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#348260 - Fri Mar 16 2007 07:15 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Funny, that's exactly what is happening here (in NYC). Yesterday I was walking around in a short-sleeved shirt, and today in a giant winter jacket and mittens. What a mess...
Wish I had brought my camera to show the horrible gridlock I was stuck in... or maybe the annoying busdriver who wouldn't let us off the bus because it wasn't an express stop. I could've walked those 15 blocks faster than that bus!

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#348261 - Fri Mar 16 2007 08:17 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Well, I am now using photobucket, I hope this is the right size now...



It may be London, but 7 miles or so from the centre you get the first country lanes, coincidentally at the end of my road. But that one has buildings, this one a couple of miles further out has none on this stretch, on the left are fields actually the end of the urban area and extend indefinitely. This is taken in Mill Hill.
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#348262 - Sat Mar 17 2007 05:26 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Today it is cold so I think I will stay in the warm, here is another shot from my visit to the garden centre yesterday.



Edited by sue943 (Sat Mar 17 2007 05:29 AM)
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#348263 - Sat Mar 17 2007 10:40 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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This is what greeted me this morning.



The sun is trying to come out, it is melting a wee bit, but the snow is also still gently falling.

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#348264 - Sat Mar 17 2007 10:43 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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I took this one last night. It's not well-composed or well lit or well anything. I just had a wisdom tooth pulled, so I'm a bit foggy. But,my kitty looked quite happy napping on the back of my couch. So, I snapped a picture. This is Greebo the most spoiled house cat in the universe doing what she does best.

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#348265 - Sat Mar 17 2007 02:09 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Lovely cat!

After several days of springlike weather, we’re being threatened with snow here in the south of England in the next few days, but I can’t believe it’ll settle the way it’s doing in Ontario. I hope it doesn’t, anyway!

North Lodge, spanning the roadway on Maze Hill, St Leonards-on-sea, is part of “Burton’s St Leonards.” It was once the home of the Victorian author of “ripping yarns,” Rider Haggard.

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#348266 - Sat Mar 17 2007 04:54 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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A local church. The tower is made of wood:
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#348267 - Sat Mar 17 2007 05:25 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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I just wanted to post a note to say how much I am enjoying looking at everyone's photos, especially Tom's pictures of Hastings and everybody's pets.

I am a bit of a technomoron so it might be a little while before you see me posting photos here but I promise I'll try to learn how to do it soon.
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#348268 - Sat Mar 17 2007 06:40 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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One of the few remaining farmhouses in the area.

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#348269 - Sat Mar 17 2007 07:42 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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A friend and I spent two hrs walking around a huge garden center as it is pouring rain here today and so the inside was the safest bet.I took 33 pictures but this one is for Ren!
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#348270 - Sat Mar 17 2007 10:00 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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Awww ! A white geranium! Were they scented? Gorgeous, thanks!
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#348271 - Sun Mar 18 2007 09:40 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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It is quite chilly out today, also I was up until about 5am watching the F1 so I am not venturing out today.

I bought myself some roses a few days ago so I took a photo of one this morning.

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#348272 - Sun Mar 18 2007 09:40 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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I love wdwlfa’s pictures of Missouri. This is another bit of Burton’s St Leonards – the Clock House (still a private house, I believe).

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#348273 - Sun Mar 18 2007 11:09 AM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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How old must this oak tree be? The photo doesn't really show it but trunk looks to be about 6-7 feet in diameter. It sits back from the fence quite a bit:

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#348274 - Sun Mar 18 2007 01:07 PM Re: Photo-a-Day - March 2007
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It snowed all day yesterday, but today is sunny and the sky is blue. The snow's starting to melt again, but you can see that Winston has been having fun running around in it.


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