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Favourite photos in October '18


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This one's a bit of a hornet's nest.

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BTW in case you were wondering if you could post images still in QC- yes, you can.

 

Oompah and Riesling on the Mosel

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A photograph that had been sleeping in my hard drive for about a year...

And that I just decided to upload...

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And another one at the Botanic Garden in my small town:

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This pap chap has been advertising Foto Gregor in Köln for some years, apparently.

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This stuff has been there for a while, too.

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                                        11 breweries to choose from, too. Mmm Kölsch.

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I know its political. Emily Thornberry Labour M.P. at the Labour Party annual conference 2018 in Liverpool, but I feel that an image should try to portray the event or moment of that time and have a strong message.

Alan

 

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This is why I volunteer at this lovely garden :)

 

Compressed perspective view over the Autumn hues of the Long Walk at The Garden House, Buckland Monachorum, Devon, UK

 

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Compressed perspective view over the Autumn hues of the Summer garden at The Garden House, Buckland Monachorum, Devon, UK

 

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Autumn interest at The Garden House, Buckland Monachorum, Devon, with red foliage of Prunus incisa Kojo-No-Mai behind Miscanthus 'Flamingo'

 

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On 10/9/2018 at 08:46, Regis said:

A photograph that had been sleeping in my hard drive for about a year...

And that I just decided to upload...

plastic-skeleton-rising-off-the-lawn-for-halloween-decoration-PT5JXJ.jpg

 

 

 

Hmmm... If you think he's "sleeping", you're fooling yourself...

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2 hours ago, John Richmond said:

This is why I volunteer at this lovely garden :)

 

Compressed perspective view over the Autumn hues of the Long Walk at The Garden House, Buckland Monachorum, Devon, UK

 

compressed-perspective-view-over-the-autumn-hues-of-the-long-walk-at-the-garden-house-buckland-monachorum-devon-uk-PTGW64.jpg

 

Compressed perspective view over the Autumn hues of the Summer garden at The Garden House, Buckland Monachorum, Devon, UK

 

compressed-perspective-view-over-the-autumn-hues-of-the-summer-garden-at-the-garden-house-buckland-monachorum-devon-uk-PTGW98.jpg

 

Autumn interest at The Garden House, Buckland Monachorum, Devon, with red foliage of Prunus incisa Kojo-No-Mai behind Miscanthus 'Flamingo'

 

autumn-interest-at-the-garden-house-buckland-monachorum-devon-with-red-foliage-of-prunus-incisa-kojo-no-mai-behind-miscanthus-flamingo-PTBGG4.jpg

 

 

I love those sorts of gardens that look accidental though I'm sure they take a lot of work. Nice to think of taking that walk.

 

Paulette

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