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5 hours ago, Brasilnut said:

 

Red porsche 911 vintage Stock Photo

 

Help! Which model is this, porsche 911?  Anything else to add about it..

 

Thanks

 

Nut

 

1 hour ago, Roger Johansen said:

 

would agree to this.

more specific it is probably a 356 C - judging by the additional indicator light on the side, which I believe the 356 B did not have. 

if a model C it would have also had disc breaks all around, but probably not visible on the pictures. 

that would make it a model year 1964 or 1965. 

 

 

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I like this thread as it's quite informative. Some of you guys here suggested that I add the breed and maybe even the scientific name to the few horse images I have. I had a search online but found it impossible to properly identify them. Can you help? 

 

Here's is one:

http://c7.alamy.com/zooms/0a1eacdeaa3847d1b34126e0a82e0a13/a-rider-performs-a-jump-during-a-horse-race-in-somerset-uk-jyg1xa.jpg

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Does anyone know what kind of pears these might be? I'm thinking D'Anjou, but I'm not sure.

 

Thanks

 

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Does anyone know what type of fungus this is please? The image was taken in the Forest of Dean, England, November 2015.

 

Many thanks, John.

 

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5 minutes ago, Davey Towers said:

John,

 I'm no expert but the fungus looks like Cauliflower Fungus; Sparassis crispa; to me.

Hope that helps

Davey

Davey,

It looks very much like it to me now!

Thanks a lot for your advice.

John.

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On 10/7/2017 at 04:47, Ambrosiniv said:

 

It is really difficult to be sure on a breed in an eventing competition. Lots of different breeds are used.  Your top shot may be a warmblood or a thoroughbred/warmblood cross.  People intentionally cross breed to try and get the specific traits of one breed mixed with another.  Grey horse looks like it has some Arabian in it, but not pure.  The event is the thing with these shots, not the specific breed of animal.

 

This is the cross country portion of a three day event.

 

Jill

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2 minutes ago, Jill Morgan said:

 

It is really difficult to be sure on a breed in an eventing competition. Lots of different breeds are used.  Your top shot may be a warmblood or a thoroughbred/warmblood cross.  People intentionally cross breed to try and get the specific traits of one breed mixed with another.  Grey horse looks like it has some Arabian in it, but not pure.  The event is the thing with these shots, not the specific breed of animal.

 

This is the cross country portion of a three day event.

 

Jill

Thanks Jill

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Can anyone oblige me with the model number of this Mercedes? Trier.

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24 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

Can anyone oblige me with the model number of this Mercedes? Trier.

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Mercedes Sprinter.

The TR in the license plate means Trier and the FW means Feuerwehr - fire brigade.

 

wim

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Thanks Wim,  we visit Trier most years and decoding the city on a kennzeichen is a game we play.

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2 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

Thanks Wim,  we visit Trier most years and decoding the city on a kennzeichen is a game we play.

 

Yes, used to do the same when I was 12.

- And ever since ;-)

Since then a lot of neue Bundeslaender and Kennzeichen have been added. So occasionally I will turn to the interwebs for those. Three letter ones being the hardest of course.

wiki; wiki; wiki.

When a car is parked it's easier: the stamp usually provides the origin.

AFAIK the Sprinters have models, but only for the engines. The generations have no model numbers.

Yours is a conversion by Binz.

 

wim

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7 hours ago, Roger Johansen said:

 

Thanks. Could be the green variety of the Williams / Bartlett (?). Pears all tend to look very similar to me.

 

Why didn't I ask the market vendor -- duh!

 

P.S. These pears are from Quebec, Canada, if that helps. Any Quebecois pear experts on the forum?

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52 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

 

Thanks. Could be the green variety of the Williams / Bartlett (?). Pears all tend to look very similar to me.

 

Why didn't I ask the market vendor -- duh!

 

P.S. These pears are from Quebec, Canada, if that helps. Any Quebecois pear experts on the forum?

 

Conference pears?

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55 minutes ago, geogphotos said:

 

Conference pears?

 

Could be. But these look a bit plumper. Bartlett is probably the most common variety of pear over here.

 

I may just have to stick with "baskets of green pears".

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

 

Could be. But these look a bit plumper. Bartlett is probably the most common variety of pear over here.

 

I may just have to stick with "baskets of green pears".

 

 

 

I'll stake my next Novel Use sale on it! 

 

You could always cover both bases in your description - ie) identified as either A or B. I do that sometimes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Impressed with the knowledge available here and the willingness to assist. Can't help with plants, animals and cars, but if anyone needs help identifying an aircraft I'd be happy to give it a shot :)

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Is someone can confirm the car is an Aston-Martin DB Mark III ? (the James Bond's car...)

 

Thanks for your help.

 

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1 hour ago, Southmind said:

Is someone can confirm the car is an Aston-Martin DB Mark III ? (the James Bond's car...)

 

Thanks for your help.

 

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How's your French?

8.664.141€

The James Bond Car was a DB5.

 

wim

 

edit: the unique Aston Martin (photo), une DB2/4 MKIII coupé de 1958 was of course only repartie pour 204.564€

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38 minutes ago, wiskerke said:

 

How's your French?

8.664.141€

The James Bond Car was a DB5.

 

wim

 

edit: the unique Aston Martin (photo), une DB2/4 MKIII coupé de 1958 was of course only repartie pour 204.564€

 

Thanks wim ! I was planning to buy one with my royalties  but I think I will wait...

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1 hour ago, Southmind said:

 

Thanks wim ! I was planning to buy one with my royalties  but I think I will wait...

 

Toy model car?

;-)

 

wim

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36 minutes ago, wiskerke said:

 

Toy model car?

;-)

 

wim

 

I prefer this one,.. :D. May be if I add the tag "Please buy my image" in all my photos ?

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Aargh! Aston Martin should never be hyphenated.

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