Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by Geren, May 1, 2018.
A love grown cold, methinks.
Way past cold and sliding down the frozen slopes of hell I suspect...
Some new stuff...
Lonely Boots by Nigel Hayes, on Flickr
Made for walking but with no one fill them...
Pebblehenge by Nigel Hayes, on Flickr
On Bognor beach at low tide.
Not sure if this quite fits the brief but...
Beach Selfie by Nigel Hayes, on Flickr
Love in a time of poverty:
Small, home-made gravestone.
This doesn't really qualify as it's quite a well known car but it drove past me this morning while I was on my way to the shops. I only had time to grab a single shot and as the sun was shining on the LCD (I didn't even have time to pop up the HX90's finder) I had to take what I could get...
You seem to find all the old cars in Exeter (I presume). Aside from a club run once in a blue moon I never seem to see these oldies out on the road, quite a shame.
Museums are the place for them old bangers. Keep 'em off the road I say. Making me late home from work...
I'm sorry, I couldn't hear the sound of the world's smallest violin over the racket of the vintage car's put-put engine. Anyway, I thought you were a biker, surprised they are problematic for you.
Back in the day. Mrs C. won't let me near two wheels these days
I know the feeling comrade.
They turn up once a year here in Wiesbaden, many of them with british plates. The rally was on Saturday and the Concours d'Elegance yesterday - but I had an exhibition to supervise over the river in Mainz and in any case, where it's now held is, for me, photographically uninteresting!
Don't think they're going to be showing the latest Star Wars movie....
DSC_0150-1 by Chris Connorton, on Flickr
Continuing Chris's theme. Taken today in Guardamar Del Segura, Spain. No matter what we try and do, mother nature will win. It may take it's time (these have been here many years) but she'll win eventually
mmm a bit of a blob on these. Think something may need a bit of a clean!
Man v Sea (just up from the fishermans cottages being eaten by the sea)
DSC_0165-1-2 by Chris Connorton, on Flickr
DSC_0173-1-2 by Chris Connorton, on Flickr
How not to do it. Part of the crud renovation of Lews Castle.
I didn't have a bucket and spade with me today so no sandcastles. You can have the Twin towers instead.
As for the erotic selfie, not far off. I was sunbathing on the Playa Nudista when this was taken.
In that case I suppose we're lucky that there are only two towers in the picture!
Unlikely to be three from that angle. Need a bloody good tilt shift lens
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