Rob C

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About Rob C

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    Ironbridge, Shropshire, England.
  • Interests
    travel/outdoors.

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  1. Ruined fotress on the Georgia/Russia border. Just before the rain hit.
  2. Jaguar C-Type Proteus at Shelsley Walsh on Saturday 16th September. Part of the Autumn Speed Finale. Uploaded a few images on Live New. Alas, no takers it seems.
  3. Image identification

    Thanks for clearing that up Johnnie. Much appreciated.
  4. A couple of about 180 images from my recent trip to Armenia and Georgia. Still working through them.
  5. Image identification

    Hi Kevin, Many apologies for not thanking you sooner for your answer. I've been travelling through Georgia and Armenia and have just got back and am catching up on so much. Can't see the Studebaker Champion link really, certainly not on Google Images. Would anyone else out there have any ideas on the ID of this car? Thanks. Rob
  6. Image identification

    Does anyone have an ID for this 1950s American car? Thanks.
  7. Great. Thanks for reply Matt.
  8. Matt. Do you run Photoshop on your Macbook? If so, do you think it handles it well? I'm looking at a similar Macbook to the one you have, but would need PS on it. Thanks.
  9. Image identification

    Purple Clematis, but can't decide which particular variety; pressuming that is there is more than one variety.
  10. Image identification

    Thanks for taking the time to reply. Not sure about the 'bump'. I'll check later as its only a 15 minute walk from my house.
  11. Image identification

    Anyone help on the mushroom?
  12. Image identification

    Looking for an ID on this mushroom. I think its Collybia Butyracea, the Butter cap, but not 100% sure. Anyone know for sure.?
  13. Bingo!!! Thanks Betty. All sorted.
  14. Thanks. Just tried this, but alas, no joy.