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Your favourite photo of 2015

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Offline cecilia_writer Reading Murder by the Glass by Lynda Wilcox
02 Jan 2016, 02:27 PM | Post: #11

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RE: Your favourite photo of 2015

These are all great - and what a good idea.  I usually have cat pictures too but the one I like best for last year seems to be on another device at the moment so I will just add these for now.
   
Birthday daffodils on my window-sill at work
   
Two Forth Bridges, from South Queensferry
   
In Berlin - Alex wonders why there's an underground station with his name
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02 Jan 2016, 03:14 PM | Post: #12

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RE: Your favourite photo of 2015

Lovely. Thanks everyone - and keep them coming.
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This was taken while standing on my veranda. Later this month I will be moving to a retirement village across the valley and will be able to sit on the new veranda and look across to here.
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Couldn't resist including this one Rolleyes
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04 Jan 2016, 01:55 PM | Post: #14

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RE: Your favourite photo of 2015

I presume it's a sunset, Jan? Great picture, just what I needed in damp, dreary Lancashire. Undecided
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(04 Jan 2016 01:55 PM)Scribbler Wrote: Wrote:  I presume it's a sunset, Jan? Great picture, just what I needed in damp, dreary Lancashire. Undecided
Yes, sunset. We're having a heatwave and drought in SA and it's horribly hot and humid in Durban, so you can send a bit of damp (but not too much, and no dreary) . The only way to get cool (apart from being in an air-conditioned shopping mall) is to do what our Mum's told us never to do - stand in a draught when you're wet Rolleyes.
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04 Jan 2016, 07:07 PM | Post: #16

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Standing in a draft to keep cool is fine, draft Guinness works for me. Rolleyes
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