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Idyllic Photos from CR4ers

07/11/2008 5:51 AM

Dont work all day long. have a rest, appreciate these wonderful photoes

can you release some?

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07/11/2008 6:02 AM

this is from steve uzzel, photographer from national goegraphic magzine.I recieved this morning.

morning we forward

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07/12/2008 4:56 AM

What's that????!!!!!! 3D WHAT????

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How about this?

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07/11/2008 7:28 AM

countryside railway station. I like that.

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07/11/2008 7:54 AM

One of Hendrik's GOOZ cards will be sent to the first CR4 reader to get the location correct!

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07/13/2008 7:54 PM

Location: In the bothy, 7 chains down the line from Dodman's Lane level crossing. Kettle's on.

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07/15/2008 11:10 AM

Nope. Nice try, though!

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Netley ...................

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O.K. I give up. Where is it?

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07/11/2008 12:42 PM

Can you please at least narrow the location down to a country? It's Friday afternoon and I really don't have time to go flitting about to every station across the whole globe before the weekend starts.

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07/15/2008 11:14 AM

It's in deepest England.

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07/12/2008 5:09 AM

Hi PWSlack,

Is that one of the small stations on the Carlile to Settle line?

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07/15/2008 11:19 AM

Although the architectural style is similar to many of the Midland Railway's standardised buildings that can still be seen on the Settle to Carlisle line, it isn't on a Midland line, and the Settle and Carlisle is double-track throughout, excepting a short section at Ribblehead viaduct. Try again!

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07/17/2008 11:34 AM

Bluebell line at Tenterdon ?

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07/18/2008 9:59 AM

<weakens>

It is a heritage line, though not the Bluebell or the Kent & East Sussex, both of which have their own idyllic charms and are worth a visit too.

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There is the remains of a major cement works a stone's throw away.....

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07/18/2008 10:04 AM

Its not the Leighton buzzard railway line is it.... noooooo

Is it the unpronouncable one in Wales spelling starts with FFestinnog or sommit??

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07/18/2008 12:03 PM

Off-off-topic, but talking unnpronnounnceable Welsh spellings ...

(inset shows other side of sign).

(BTW, this is on Google Earth, at 51°52'44"N, 5°12'52"W).

(Also, that's my lil'old AX behind the sign).

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07/19/2008 7:49 AM

This is a must see for any steam train enthusiasts... rather grainy footage...
I lived down on the South coast... it's the last days of the Hayling Billy which went from Havant to Hayling Island over a wooden trestle bridge (about 3 mins into the footage...)

It's gone now...
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07/21/2008 4:29 AM

Wow, I lived on Hayling Island in the mid 70s, it's strange to think that the steam train was still running just 10 years earlier.

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07/21/2008 4:45 AM

If only that tressle bridge wasn't unsafe...it would be a HUGE money spinner today.
It also helped the traffic congestion as the bridge is a real bottleneck.
No foresight...

My Big Sis lives down near there still about 1/4 of a mile from Langstone harbour.

They also got rid of the big raft made of railway sleepers which was moored in Langsone Harbour which we used to play on as kids <sigh of nostalgia>. Probably seen as a 'health and Safety risk' bastards! The whole sea is a health and safety risk....

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07/21/2008 5:13 AM

Get it all over the place ...

(This is at North Queensferry - the brick structure in the background is one of the span supports for the Forth Rail bridge - wonder when they'll paint "UNSAFE" on that!)

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07/21/2008 5:39 AM

Hi JohnDG,

It's clear: Someone who take part in the erection and as no skirt board nor handrail were installed, he thought it was "unsafe" and wrote it at that place to make it easy to read when lean out.

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We have another use for structures like that.

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what are they installing?

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Dunno. PlbMak seems good at this sort of thing, especially with the Friday Afternoon picture quizzes.

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07/11/2008 6:40 AM

They are installing a GAP between two girders (silly English humour)

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07/12/2008 5:31 AM

Hi Del,

Did you know that there is a bridge over the Atlantic here in this country?

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07/17/2008 11:38 AM

Hey, I've been there ! They hold the world skimmin' contest in one of the old slate quarries there. Can't remember the name (Sael island ?)

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07/14/2008 3:15 AM

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07/22/2008 6:12 AM

They are installing fear in me - that looks a long way up !

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River Thames, West Reading ...

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is this also thames?

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My photo is the Thames, don't know where Del's one with the bridge is.

This is a view in the other direction, looking upstream, and into the evening sun (taken at about the same time, on 7th June this year)

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Mine is up near Buxton somewhere... certainly not Thames!

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(PS The gap being installed in CN's pic is one of KrisDelTM's finest telecom grade gaps, if you want any of these we can send 'em with free shipping)

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Does KrisDel™ have any band gaps on the books? If not, I can supply some at very reasonable prices - with generous quantity discounts.

I can also point you in the direction of some sizeable 'previously enjoyed' trade gaps (going cheap).

I have a Watford gap in stock at present, which I intend to offer up for auction - date and time to be confirmed.

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If you have any problems with that Watford Gap, I know where you can get it serviced

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Any mention of 'Scotch Corner' will require a full quorum.

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Yeah............Jinglish and Americannot

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.....they also speak 'merkin', but their sense of humour makes up for it (hopefully). I've never figured out why we didn't call them the 'Pilgrim Mutha's'. Only joking folks !

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Hmmm ..... Mornington Crescent!

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This is me working, well testing"> the product.

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Its a tough life but someone's got to do it.

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Now that looks great...even the pony looks like he's having fun

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Del, I'm sorry but this time your sense of humour has gone too far. Don't you know that equestrian activities are not about fun, they are deadly serious. What matters is that it should be done correctly. The idea that people and ponies might enjoy themselves is ludicrous and you should be ashamed of yourself.

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Take it easy Madam there is no life without humor.

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Given time it's likely there will be a bond and/or adhesion.................

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A Hybrid Segway. Nice!

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Better call it "Horse Segway".

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You are a pony?

You do well on the computer, dear pony.

(The only being working in these pix is the pony; The statement was Heres me working; therefore, poster is the pony.

Perfectly logical.

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Bio-Segway?...

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07/13/2008 12:28 PM

Yes this remember me the oldies Ford Mustang 1986-1993 awesone cars definetly. I did had one of those 1969 original for a while and that puppy camed allset to 'fly by' from factory, no any after market needs to make it move big time, incredibles, I missed out on that one, so shame on me, kicking myself out telling ya'.

Anyhow! thanks for sharing your great photos there. So far so good.

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This is what I have to put up with when looking out of the Pub. The light green stripe is Australia. Just far enough away as far as we are concerned. Ah, and yes we do catch fish off the jetty.

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Hi, ky

is it you shot from your film photograph?

the scene is beauty, but the color temperature is rather blue. were you shooting it with lamp type film?

or add a filter to correct the color temperature.

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Played around with it on the computer till it was dead. Sorry.

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These are my kids. It may not be idyllic but I like it.

It was one of those times where they were getting along real well instead of bickering like lots of siblings do,

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leisure shopping.

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Storm, Budapest

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look like everywhere is combusting.

is there buda or pest?

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My Garden

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Nice. Your presentation?

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sorry not mine.

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A small view of Aranjuez Royal Palace garden's, near Madrid.

I love to walk across that gardens!

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Geeeeh... ! Those are all fantastic Buddies. Awesone photo work from all. I will say gorgeus! All nice.

Now that camera with three 'Cannons Lens' seing very powerful gadget rigth there "State of the Art" Definetly you Got it..Beautiful, better to have some free time instead, agree with ya' on that one no arguing, Heehaahee..Marvelous. By the way I do have one or two old Polaroids around still but I understand they are slowing down latetly, what's the deal ? and If still possible to get some of these 'instantanous' rolls on shelves ? I have to check see if they still have it available, who know's..

Photo Shop Time,

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Highway in Wales...

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Brecon Railway - Wales

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antique steam train.

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Thanks, cn,
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A few pics of my ferret lads dozing...

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That white one has had it's head installed upside-down, suggest you re-install.

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Nah, he just fainted from eating every last bit of Cheese & Onion Flavor Chips.

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Cala Alto in the winter time!

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Astronomical observatory.

where is it?

We are in the summer season. see it , like to eat a ice cream. cool.

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Digital infrared, Florida, USA.

On the way home from work, Ohio USA

Outside my window at work Ohio USA. (office is in a deeply wooded area)

You did say idyllic... (this one was taken in Ireland, all the rest in USA)

Enjoy. hope that you like these. Each of these has won me awards in one competition or another.

cnpower, thanks for asking!

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Wow, those are photos.

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Well thank you for the WOW, Saddlechariot.

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The first is shot by monoclor infrared camera. very good definition.

Every one has a wonderful composition.

idyllic peaceful and widen viewfield.

of cause would be awarded.

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This is a picture I took on the Cote D'Azure n France, I use it as my work PC desktop, very relaxing.

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How do you get any work done?

Very nice!

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Bay or harbor in the first sun ray in the morning.

like a oil painting.

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My office and backyard. Great Lakes, North America

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Let me be the first to say, "I hate you".

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Peace and love be upon thee my engineering brethren..........piece and love.............piece o' loveWould you feel any better if I excluded the sailboat?

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It's not the sail boat I envy - we have a million of them down here, it's the blueness of the water.

Back in the 70's I went on a week long canoe trip through Manitoba - we could drink straight from the lakes.

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It was once possible to see 100+ ft straight down in these waters. Drinkable also. Since the temperatures have gone up in the past twenty years I've seen some disturbing changes.

How were the mosquitoes in Manitoba?

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I don't remember any mosquitoes - just giant black flies.

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You must have been there in the spring/early summer.

Those things can drive people insane. Trick is to find a windy campsite and pray the breeze blows them away.

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Don't worry Duckinthepond, I'm in envy of your little boat!

BTW What's with the red carpet? Are you expecting royalty?

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Red Carpets are a camping tradition in these here parts.

As far as royalty is concerned I would suggest that most got that way on the boat coming to Canada.

B'sides the Yanks are throwing all our aristocrats in jail.

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07/14/2008 12:47 PM

I was wondering about the rope from the back of your boat to the other side (sorry about the lack of nautical terminology). Is it a jetski trap ?

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No. I use camoflaged rope cut into little bits that I sprinkle into their intakes oncoming trajectory. Makes for interesting sound effects when pistons and valves connect. Nice and quiet afterwards.

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Methinks this duck deserves to have an orange inserted. That is all jsut too perfect.

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I'll allow it Only if you're gentle about it................

By the way.....I do fondly remember the milk delivery horses.....and the ruined castles, steam trains, canals, boneless fops on their fox hunts.............

chip chip..............I like your idea.

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Allow me to qualify that last remark about liking your idea...........it's the saddlechariot I refer to....as in the gizmo you ostensibly built.....with the horse attached..........

FYI...There's a movement afoot here with the farmers seeding their smaller acreage crops using ponies. Saves on soil compression, water retention, etc............

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Will follow up with a pm or maybe open the topic of actually using horsepower in another thread. In England horses are used to assert social class and any other use is actively blocked. I have built a wheelchair version of the saddlechariot and Riding for the disabled in the UK appear to be dedicated to destroying my business. They won't even answer recorded delivery letters. But this, even by the standards of CR4 is getting wildly off topic.

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07/17/2008 7:19 AM

A saddlechariot for the disabled AND a trail for them to ride on? Hey man..........that would make their day!

I trained my dog to pull my father around in his wheelchair. They'd be gone for hours.

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07/14/2008 9:08 PM

The first one is a very good work.

is it morning or evening?

we are gstting jealous at your art works.

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