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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Thursday, 8 December 2011

WETTER (08/12/11)

image This is the GRIB file for noon today. It doesn’t look promising. I have a choice to make.

(1). Start the Ark. Too much work and too late.

(2). Go out and try and ignore the wind and rain.

(3). Stay in and play.

I have to take the dogs out so may as well take the camera with me. I played yesterday. Not very successfully.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA virtual Post Box for virtual mail.

Details of these filters can be found here at MIDMARSH JOTTINGS. John had more success than I did so they are worth a look.

I’ll see you all later, stay safe.

9 comments:

  1. Looks like a tie-dye post box. Thought I'd stepped back 40 odd years for a moment. Great times.

    The weather don't look too promising; I'd stay in and play.

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  2. Keith, I have to walk the dogs...just in and wringing wet. It's bloody vile.

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  3. It's cleverer that that if you scroll the image the pattern changes

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  4. Are you sure you haven't changed your brand of smokes!!?

    Looking at that weather chart I reckon you're best off staying in for the rest of today, I hope the van's tied down well!!?....stay safe...[;o)

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  5. Trevor, blame John. He started this Tom Foolery not that I needed much encouragement.
    If this weather continues a bit of Wacky Baccy would brighten the day.

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  6. My first impression was the same as Keith's. Brought back memories of teaching 10yr olds to tie die. We stuck to T shirts though, no post boxes lol.
    Thanks for the mention.

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  7. John, I did say I wasn't having much success.

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  8. Looks like that post box beside the Durham Cathedral Green ... all those students thanking their parents "virtually" for their money that they've been squandering throughout the first term !

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