Discussion in 'Play Games' started by Ms. Paige, Sep 12, 2016.
Don't wish your life away, I'm looking forward to the rest of today first.
Rats and horses can't vomit.
2. Most lipstick contains fish scales
3. The 57 on Heinz ketchup bottle represents the varieties of pickle the company once had.
@Angela Channing your photos are fabulous! and I especially like the photo of Marylebone Station. From the angle you've taken it the roof of the building looks as though it goes on forever.
These are amazing photos. May I ask did you need to be up early in the morning to capture them looking so quiet?
Southwest although he was viewing another near Loch Lomond today.
How's it going Kev, have you finished stripping?
I can't get enough of Cooper he's beautiful and so full of character.
More fab facts! :fantastic:
Hi there @Jessie how are you?
Thank you so much. Yes, early Sunday mornings are often best to avoid people ruining my shots. However, sometimes the presence of people in my photos can improve them.
Until someone feeds them an Asda Smart Price sausage roll.
Apply some to get a trout pout.
And coincidentally, it's the same as the number of additives in the ketchup.
The architecture of some of the main London stations is amazing. I was also at Paddington Station on Saturday and I was blown away by the glass, the ironwork, the curves, the colours and the patterns that are part of the structure. I've been there many times but it wasn't until I started to photograph it that I realised what a stunning building it is.
I was thinking that looking at the pictures.
Yes, it's hard (especially in London) to catch places and monuments without having a crowd of people taking away the beauty.
I understand that, while at the same time, I eagerly await
Oh gosh! I'm really not a fan of wallpaper, for the reason you are suffering right now.
He's growing fast.
I can appreciate what you're saying about how you've only just noticed how stunning a familiar place is.
Sometimes when I sketch or paint I suddenly see whatever it is I'm sketching in a whole new light. I'm looking at it differently and see details previously unseen, it becomes a whole lot more interesting.
You've taken some incredible photos which compliment the buildings.
Yes, me too and I hope we do eventually get to see more of Angelas work
@Angela Channing I think your photographs are quite excellent. You certainly have a very artistic eye.... Baker Street Station is my favourite shot. I must admit to having dragged it onto my desktop to use as a background... (hope that's ok...? ) Thank You.
A wise choice indeed...
Way too expensive...
I stopped stripping professionally back in '92.... Oh..? You mean the wallpaper...? Yes... it's all done, as far as I'm concerned. His Nibbs is mumphing about potentially removing the wallpaper from the wee bedroom. Well, he's on his own.
Bless you, LL. He's a wee rascal... so much energy. We bought him a new collar today as he's already out-grown the Puppy one.
Thank you, Sir.... I'm glad it's over. We've removed one of the bookcases in the wee study, you see... so the wall will have to be re-done with new paper. All will be revealed in 2023 when it's finished..
@Ome , Sir..... are you not off on vacation very soon....?
1. The first American film to show a toilet being flushed on screen was Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho".
2. The top of the Eiffel Tower was built to lean away from the sun. The metal facing the sun can heat up and expand, causing it to move as much as 7 inches.
3. "Cap’n Crunch’s" full name is "Horatio Magellan Crunch".
I would have gone with Nelson Ferdinand Crunch.
Nice facts fine sir!
or Nigel Heratio Crunch...??
Thank you, I'm honoured that you want to use it as a desktop. That shot is one of my favourites too.
Whereas the awful 1998 remake almost saw director Gus Van Saint's career being flushed down the toilet.
I also lean away from The Sun whenever I walk past the title at the newsagents.
If Horatio Megellan were my first names, I'd also prefer to be known as Cap'n.
... Me too
Separate names with a comma.