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  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 13 Jun 2017, 00:52
Quite right, too...it is the correct place for a Vintage bike-rack.
Chris: The man reading the instructions on how to live a clean & decent life looks perplexed, as you or I might be..
"Happy Mother's Day"... could be interpreted as a mystery, I guess, if one had a baffling mother...
Chris: My mother was quite baffling Larry, just for the record
he looks too sober to understand the artwork Chris....petersmile
Chris: Hahaha - quite Peter
I'm pleased to someone looking closely... so many just walk by without seeing
Chris: That graffiti is there to be read Ellie!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 13 Jun 2017, 05:08
I read: Happy Birthday to Ginnie!
Chris: Yes it should be just that
Do you mean why is he wrapped up in winter clothes whilst the other men are showing their knee caps
Chris: There is room for all sorts on this planet O Great One
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 13 Jun 2017, 07:44
Looks like there is plenty to read, too. Are we still in Bath; I only see normal people, like you and me... well, actually just me.
Chris: This is Glastonbury, home of the strange
I think he is a leading buyer of art for the Tate. He is looking to purchase some pavement art for their permanent collection. Well you never know Tiff.
Chris: So if I go back to Glasto and find the pavement missing..
i think you have framed this scene well to show off all the pertinent aspects, Chris.
Chris: I think I have. Thank you Ayush
A nice sentiment but not easy to deliver
Chris: I think you're right
Looks like a greeting for every mother who passes by. BTW I was interested to read your comment on Bills blog yesterday about you being a railwayman in years gone by, didn't know that and nor did Bill, I was as well for 14 years and that's where I met Maureen.
Chris: On the footplate 1965-7 Brian. I was the last fireman to have been trained on steam engines in Bristol
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 13 Jun 2017, 20:54
So, the writing is not on the wall, but on the pavement.
Chris: It is in good ole Glasto Anne!
H seems somewhat troubled by them
Chris: Perhaps I should have read the messages myself Tom..

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