Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Petrochemist, Aug 24, 2020.
That is what I meant, but couldn’t think of the name. As in a ring bound notebook.
Now that's a cigar!
On paper? Very 19th century!
Near, but not quite!
Easier than peering at a smartphone (not that I have one).
I use small ring bound notepads for lots of things, shopping lists included. Also phone numbers daily challenges etc etc.
The rough rectangular hole at top-left would support that suggestion.
I wouldn't have got it without Nigel's guess, so I think he can have the virtual cigar as I don't smoke
Haha me neither. Will you exchange the cigar for a Twix and we can have a stick each?
That would certainly do for me, a virtual twix should be low enough calories that I can enjoy it without concern
They were on my shopping list (ahem) yesterday, so I can supply the Twix no problem!
I saw this fly(?could be an ant, I suppose) on my morning walk and was going to post it in the mini-beasts thread, but at about four inches long, it probably doesn't count.
Plastica maxima by SteveH, on Flickr
I think I've IDed it correctly, no doubt some 'expert' will correct me otherwise...
Not done anything on here in ages. I have been spending a lot of time in bed lately and here are some shots of the screen of my television. I love the colour spectrum, my camera isn’t man enough to get the best shots it’s my TZ80 . I’ve enjoyed messing around with different settings but these are the better ones of a bad bunch, I just posted them to show you what I’ve been doing x Don
Depends on what you are measuring it against
Our pigeons would have that easy.
Pterodactyl fight. by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
Is this the temperature for peace? Our peace Lilly just came into bloom beside the thermostat. I hope peace blooms on every conflict throughout the world.
Can you see the temperature?
I took this shot a few years ago when trying to get some jet trail lines above the trees. This is the 'straight from the camera' jpg, without any adjustments apart from resizing. The lines in the lower left corner, and the 'fog' at their right hand end, remain a mystery.
Green Water by Nigel Hayes, on Flickr
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