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Battery (cell) from holland 1 which can be seen at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Gosport.
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Rain has stopped outside Play again so here is a picture of our "wishing well".
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It shows it dressed up for last christmas.

If it was upto LOML it would stay like that. Christmas mad she is.
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Hopefully the rain has created a nice textured picture of our "Dunbar" rose pushing out this bloom before winter arrives.
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A perfect edible mushroom
A perfect edible mushroom
One of many
in this Northumberland field
in this Northumberland field
and consumed this evening in a chef's special Northumberland macaroni dish.

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
13 Aug 2018, 15:03
In the world of Northumbrian Tractor Brag this would be known as 3-4-5 stottin'. I suspect only beaten by a very unlikely prial of 3's.

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Sitootery by Night
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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
13 Oct 2021, 20:23
NewcastleFalcon wrote:
13 Aug 2018, 15:03
In the world of Northumbrian Tractor Brag this would be known as 3-4-5 stottin'. I suspect only beaten by a very unlikely prial of 3's.

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and today's Agricultural club entry is this
The corrugated iron roof
The corrugated iron roof
The French Bull
The French Bull
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Are French bulls the reason for French bulldogs?
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The winner of this will be announced later today. Only one of them has a lake source heat pump! Go Windermere Jetty Museum, although I do like the Tintagel Castle Footbridge! :-D



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Its Autumn in Maverickland:
Own work
Own work
Own work
Own work
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That looks really rather nice ⬆️

The skill some people have with wood......
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Another shutter click today
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For POTD Caravan club and others who are sufficiently interested in the whole thing, one further click is required. :-D

Yet more evidence that there is no threshold of standard of photography to contribute to POTD :-D
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Here's a Scottish one,
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Watching people create these is interesting, especially when they are using chainsaws to do intricate cuts, i can imagine it would be so easy to make a mistake.