Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by Fishboy, Feb 27, 2017.
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The devil in the detail is... I'm not the only person who is fairly sure John Muir wouldn't drink alcohol. From one of the many murals in Prestonpans, East Lothian.
Detail in the dipsacus (try saying that repeatedly after several Taliskers!):
Dipsacus by Zou san, on Flickr
Just a reminder to all gardeners out there. It won't be long now!
Y'know, I'm not sure I want to know the details...
I managed to get out for a walk this afternoon and as I was coming home again (just as the rain started), I noticed a skip. Now, I'm obviously morphing into my late father in my old age because I can no longer walk past skip without peering in. The detail to note here is that the skip is now minus the two blue mugs which were unchipped/cracked and are now in my kitchen.
So my dad isn't the only one then.
Need more string. .. .
Oh heavens! She's not going on that hammock is she? She's like a parcel! Haha! Lovely body. I'm just jealous now inhabiting this old one!
Ah, skips. Another one of my mild obsessions...
Another from my beach, this time a "lone brick" being a small detail in an otherwise fairly stark image:
Brick by Zou san, on Flickr
t this Tower bridge could not be raised back in the Age of Steam.
Modern commuter EMUs look the same coming or going. If it wasn't for the little detail of it being on the left hand track, nobody would know I only managed to grab as shot as it was leaving.
And, yes. After I finally managed to get acceptable (to me) pictures of all the classes that stop at Staines, SWT introduced a new one. Only on the Windsor line. Well, they don't want plebs dirtying their nice new trains, do they? Although that one appears to be heading for Weybridge or Reading. Odd.
... I'd have believed it was coming toward us but the devil is in the detail that speed signs usually do face toward the driver ! Do trains always travel on the left ? I thought they could go any which way (one at a time of course)
AFAIK if it is a double track, they keep left, same as on the roads. On a single line, the signalers really earn their money!
Also the lack of a driver might be an indication, or are they driverless. Like Pete my initial impression was of a train approaching.
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