Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Monday, 24 October 2016

A Gift for Beelzebub

"Can you guess who, or what, it is?"

"No Mummy...."

Bonus - Two Trains, Three Tracks

Sunday, 23 October 2016

It's A Man and A Horse

August 1978, and most of England is obsessed with the emergence of Punk Rock.  However, in one part of Shropshire, a yokel is still impressed by his Shirehorse.

Bonus - Turn your swords into ploughshares and your helmets into...Oh That's interesting.

Bonus 2 - Skateboarding to the Beach. Well, that was predictable.

Saturday, 22 October 2016

Weekend at the Condo

Today we have Specialist Taxation Lawyer C Marvin Suggs, enjoying a weekend break at his condo. With him are wife Marcie (left) and Personal Assistant Becky (right).

You never know when inspiration will strike, and he needs to dictate a memo.

Bonus -

Friday, 21 October 2016

Junior KKK

That was my first thought.

Junior KKK outfit, prior to their up-grade or "Topping Out" ceremony when she reaches 18 years of age.

But I could be wrong.  And I'm sure you'll let me know.

Bonus 1 - Ten Oldest Company Logos in the World

Bonus 2 - (CFB)

Thursday, 20 October 2016

Not quite the Flat-Iron Building...

... but there's a definite resemblance from this angle.

For those who are confused - Flatiron Building.

Bonus - While looking for the subject building, I did find 88 WAYS TO DEFORM A BUILDING

Bonus 2 - The interesting story of Eastern Airline Flight 980 and it's Black Box.

Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Not All Scenic Slides Are Trash

I may have miss-led you into thinking that all slides of scenery are crap, but that would be wrong.

There are many excellent images of scenery, and indeed it's my preferred subject for photography.

What I might be saying is that a majority are humdrum, and a fair proportion are trash ... but some (like today's) are rather good.

Bonus - RIP Phil Chess. To mark that...

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Grass - And Hedges - And Gaps.

Here's the sight with some historical significant.

Saltfroome-on-Dove was the location of Britain's first licquorish factory. Which was built by the Anglo Saxons and burnt down by the Roundheads during teh English Civil War.

Bonus - Drone + LED Floodlight = Awesome.

Sunday, 16 October 2016

The Origin of Goat-Boy

It seemed like a normal family trip to Whipsnade Zoo, one Easter, but it was here that young Gerald that started his journey to become Goat-Boy.

Years later, miscreants and super-villains in Luton would fear the name Goat-Boy, Defender of Justice - and his side-kick Nanny Girl. Now, who might that be....

Bonus -