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As a citizen of Bath my life consists of the mundane day-to-day activities that most people experience.

BATH UN-TRIMMED

 

 

 

As a citizen of Bath my life consists of the mundane day-to-day activities that most people experience.

comments (17)

Ha ha your new mates look like fun people Tiff.
Chris: Just normal Bath residents, the sort Comrade Trim failed to see, Chad
  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 9 Jun 2017, 01:19
Good that you selected distinguishing clothing, Chris, or I would not have easily picked you out...
Chris: I would have blended in totally had I not elected to dress thus Ray
that old codger second on the left likely showed these youngsters how to make paper sailboat hats Chris....petersmile
Chris: Aren't they wonderful Peter
This seems anything but mundane! These folks look like good fun!
Chris: Bath can be very good fun when in the mood Ellie
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Jun 2017, 04:49
I am so glad that you taught them the fine art of Origami in Bath... we cannot let that be dead and forgotten, I wonder what you do in lesson #two...... Love you jacket wink
Chris: It is a rain jacket Astrid, it is summer here in Brexitland
I wanted someone to break into singing something from The Mikado!!! smile
Chris: A sensible suggestion Ginnie
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 9 Jun 2017, 07:03
I feel that your hat will not last long should you venture out on to the rain-lashed streets. However, should you decide to head to the north of the UK, it will keep the boring sun off your head. This reminds of the wonderful comedy "The Good Life" when Margot ended up with a paper hat made from the Daily Mirror; I trust that you had one that reflected your views on life.
Chris: My new friends provided the hat, I didn't read it
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 9 Jun 2017, 07:15
I know that you own a lot of hats, however, this one might not cover your head in these turbulent times, but you are in a good company of young people. Why do you look so sad - perhaps thinking of the new election results?
Chris: Perhaps thinking how old I am..
You look as if you have lost something. Surprisingly, although my team lost by coming second I have never had a bigger smile on my face.
Chris: I am delighted to say my team won in Bath!
I see Bath has had a change of MP with a Lib Dem winning

You could make him a nice hat
Chris: It's a woman actually but hey, great result!
Sensible headwear is certainly smart in rainy old England. You are hanging around with smart people at least.
Chris: They are putting me to shame..
Day centre for OAPs Chris.
Chris: Whaddyamean!!!
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 9 Jun 2017, 12:44
Brexitland is now hung, I read. Another forced vote to make a point, has gone belly up for the one who called it. At least you Brits are not predictable. Look at that guy refusing to follow dress code smile
Chris: Bloody outrageous I call it!
the background looks almost like the shutterchance archives, Chris. are you introducing these people to photography?
Chris: No Ayush, they are introducing me to a form of altered reality
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Jun 2017, 14:58
It looks like you were in need of a rain hat Chris.
Chris: I like to cover all my bases Anne..
So tell me Chris, who dragged who down to their level? H,mm.
Chris: I think I dragged them down to mine Frank..
I see that you are needing quite a lot of physical support these days, Chris - the life of a photographer can be tough!
Chris: The strain can be overwhelming Tom..

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