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Sunday Snapshot - 14th April

Come on Peeps we need more than three entries, where is everyone???

Get cracking now if you want

RULES


All welcome using any camera or phone with the proviso that pictures are taken in jpeg format
If you want your photo to be judged, put ‘Mine’s in’ before or after the photo.
Photos must be taken within the last 7 days and entered by 8.30pm UK time.
No manipulation of your photos is allowed except for cropping/straightening/de-saturating.
Photos can be changed within 10 minutes of posting (allows for errors).
The results are to be announced by about 21:00. The person placed 1st will set the following day's competition as soon as possible and judge it. If not available pass to 2nd place by 10.00am at the latest

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  • Mine's in - The strangest pebble? Looked and felt like stone, about 6" square, half an inch thick, curved like it was once part of a cylinder, with 11 evenly spaced holes - any clues? Taken Thursday


  • obviously man made, but how long ago and by whom 
  • Mine's in taken yesterday
  • Mine's in....                 Taken yesterday


  • Mine`s in...

    Taken Friday on the ferry


  • Mine's in. Taken Thursday.


  • Mine's in....

    Went to watch the 41st "Egg Run" where local bikers cruise through the city collecting Easter Eggs for disadvantaged children.  Some like to dress up.  Here we have Pooh and Tigger.


  • RESULTS

    Lovely selection of photos

    1st Alan for the unusual stone object
    2nd Chris for the Castle in the sunshine

    Over to you Alan
  • Well done Alan (intriguing) and Chris. Nice shots. Thanks for judging Mags.
  • Well done Alan & Chris ... good shots
    Thanks for judging Mags
  • Parky54 said:
    Mine's in - The strangest pebble? Looked and felt like stone, about 6" square, half an inch thick, curved like it was once part of a cylinder, with 11 evenly spaced holes - any clues?
     @Parky54 I wonder if it could be the lining of a furnace?
  • Well done Alan and Chris. Let us know if you find out what it is. Thanks for judging Mags
  • Well done Alan and Chris. Thanks for judging Mags.
  • Ooh, thanks Mags, I really wasn't expecting that, just woken up from a snooze after eating - lucky I came back to check. Well done Chris, lovely shot, shame about the ice cream van. :)
  • Dipper said:
     @Parky54 I wonder if it could be the lining of a furnace?
    That sounds feasible, Jonathan, I'm surprised I didn't think of that myself. Although the entire area was pretty much clear of litter or dumped scrap. It was on an eyot on the River Hodder - mainly pebbles, but part was grassed over, and the water was exceptionally clear. Nice to know that plastic hasn't got everywhere yet.
  • Well done Alan and Chris. Thanks for judging Mags.
  • Well done Alan. Thanks for 2nd place Mags
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