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They were - but everything else was much greener and the camera has 'corrected' things. They were also soaking wet. They had probably been hung up quite recently at that point.They're not green.
It is actually not far from the pub and it might get used as a route there on a warm night, but I tend to use a more direct route home.This isn't on your cycle route back from the pub by any chance is it?
I've resisted the urge to post the clip of the bloke singing 'Donald where's ya trousers'..... But also not thankful as its now stuck in your head anyhow....
I'm sure you are all pleased to know I've resisted the urge to post the clip of the bloke singing 'Donald where's ya trousers'..... But also not thankful as its now stuck in your head anyhow....
Thank the lord for a different tune to go round and round my head.
I couldn’t get Its Coming Home out of my head. It’s been there for days from the second I wake up.
Better than' vinderloo, vinderloo, vinderloo, vinderloo, vinderloo' which has been stuck in my head....
Tempus Forget-it... a watch in a graveyard.
It was my watch, which made it pleasanter and easier to find the owner.
I had looked at a grave I do for someone who lives in new Zealand. It needed doing, but was in full Sun, so I decided to go back later. It was shaded by then, but it was still sticky weather, So I took the watch off and left it by the camera I was going to record the before and after shots with, on the kerb of a nearby grave, with the idea that I must see it next to the camera at the end.
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Of course, when I finished, I picked up the camera for the after shot and then collected the tools and came home.
It was a couple of hours later when i realised that it could well still be there - which it was, thankfully.