Posts Tagged: One

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Another ‘One’ seen at the heritage Bluebell Railway: Advertisements

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Another ‘One’ seen at the heritage Bluebell Railway:

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Subtitle “are you being served?” Well, I couldn’t see that he was… Another individual seen at the Bluebell Railway – a most photographically productive visit:

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Subtitle “are you being served?” Well, I couldn’t see that he was… Another individual seen at the Bluebell Railway – a most photographically productive visit:

Six Word Saturday: The train was certainly not punctual; One / 233

Warning – only 6words in the title First train cancelled, most people decided to change platforms and catch a different train, but not this lady….. Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

Six Word Saturday: The train was certainly not punctual; One / 233

Warning – only 6words in the title First train cancelled, most people decided to change platforms and catch a different train, but not this lady….. Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

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At the Bluebell Railway, attending to a tank engine:

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At the Bluebell Railway, attending to a tank engine:

One / 231 Between the Lines

Some of my favourite things…..fabulous light, contrast, street scene…. A square version of this will have to find it’s way into October Squares – seems too good to ignore!

One / 231 Between the Lines

Some of my favourite things…..fabulous light, contrast, street scene…. A square version of this will have to find it’s way into October Squares – seems too good to ignore!

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Scaling the height:

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Scaling the height:

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Very intent….what did this photographer see? A very bright day, and very contrasty.

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Very intent….what did this photographer see? A very bright day, and very contrasty.

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….oops, looks like there’s another phone here: The limited colour palette appealed, to say nothing of the texture of the columns….

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….oops, looks like there’s another phone here: The limited colour palette appealed, to say nothing of the texture of the columns….