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DRESSING UP

DRESSING UP



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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 26 May 2016, 02:00
Some folks never grow up...good thing, eh!
Chris: Dressing up is one of the eternal joys of life. I appreciate not all persons will agree with this but it is my humble opinion..
  • Martine
  • France
  • 26 May 2016, 02:02
De très beaux modèles de costumes.
Chris: An historic annual event in Bristol Martine
Lots of that going on here!
Chris: One of the joys of living in an old country is that you witness this sort of occasion, as practised for centuries, from time to time Elizabeth
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 26 May 2016, 04:56
This is what I love about England, great collage!!!
And I do hope they don't 'Brex-it'.... even our King spoke his mind and hoped for the best...
Chris: It's only old people who want that Astrid, not me, I can assure you!
Well I suppose that if one is to where clothes, why not something outrageous Tiff. But then, these are distinctive groups so they must be uniformity outrageous to identify each group.
Chris: Anything is better that people being uniformly dull Chad
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 May 2016, 07:21
Better kit than you get to wear as an artist. The elite in my chosen profession wear all black!
Chris: Wot - no paint-splattered white smocks and berets these days!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 May 2016, 10:20
Compared to some of the sights of Bath you have shown us, these people look relatively normal. With regard t oto the police, I keep thinking of Mabel, Edith, Sergeant, and Chorus of Policemen and Girls, Frederic & The Major-General.
Chris: These people look relatively normal because this is an event in BRISTOL.

The police are genuine ones but in their processional guise, the man in the flat cap is the new Avon & Somerset Chief Constable
I would like that lady's hat. I think it might help one take flight.
Chris: Amazing isn't it
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 May 2016, 14:48
Quite a variety of costume - a lovely collage Chris.
Chris: All taken, mixed up in the photo-blender and displayed for you here as a memory of Passion Sunday at St Mary Redcliffe in Bristol Anne
Any excuse it seems, Chris...Those truncheons look nasty!
Chris: Err..they might be something like sceptres Frank
This makes for a fine quartet of matched images Chris.
Chris: I'm obliged to you Brian: colourful England
I would expect the top right group to burst into song....

WHEN THE ENTERPRISING BURGLARS NOT A'BURGLING (not a'burgling)
WHEN THE CUT THROAT ISN'T OCCUPIED IN CRIME (-pied in crime)
HE LOVES TO HEAR THE LITTLE BROOK A'GURGLING (brook a'gurgling)
AND LISTEN TO THE MERRY VILLAGE CHIME (village chime)

WHEN THE COSTER'S FINISHED JUMPING ON HIS MOTHER (on his mother)
HE LOVES TO LIE A'BASKING IN THE SUN (in the sun)
AH, TAKE ONE CONSIDERATION WITH ANOTHER (with another)
A POLICEMAN'S LOT IS NOT A HAPPY ONE
Chris: I think Mr A Rolfe and yourself should go into show business
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 27 May 2016, 12:22
Hhah!! Bill's got the smae idea.
A lot of that going on, it seems...

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