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PILLAR

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comments (12)

  • Ray
  • United States
  • 5 Apr 2017, 01:09
It just needs a statue of Tiffo on top...perhaps riding a prancing horse...
Chris: Err..some mistake surely!
... of the community
Chris: Well..of the Holburne Musueum, where this is situated Ellie
LOL, Chris. I'd swear you were with us in Venice/Verona these last days since we saw SO DARN MANY pillars. HA!
Chris: You sound as if you're all pillared out Ginnie!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Apr 2017, 07:17
with some veins - a very interesting photographical subject!
Chris: Bath stone, from which these pillars are fashioned, consists of billions of small marine crustaceans Philine
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 5 Apr 2017, 07:24
I hope it let you pass... some are so annoying and they wont move a bit and you have to walk around them......
Chris: And it's bigger than me too Astrid..
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Apr 2017, 07:38
Is this another Bath resident in fancy dress? It;s very lifelike - or, ummmm, lifeless.
Chris: I can assure you a number of Bath "residents" - usually seen sleeping in doorways - are quite lifeless for most of the morning
The surface looks sandy and I like the weins in the stone Tiff.
Chris: It looks organic Chad
This would be stunning, if you walked into it
Chris: It's the WAY YOU TELL 'EM!!
You've pretty well nailed it with that title, Chris!
Chris: Don't nail a stone pillar Tom..
Did you miss the words 'of the community' off the title?
Chris: Well it's a pillar of one of Bath's museums Brian
  • Ladicola
  • United States
  • 5 Apr 2017, 14:21
I feel like there is something great going on behind the pillar that I just can't see. Very intriguing!
Chris: Behind it there are a lot of Georgian 18th century buildings Ladicola
A column or pillar in architecture and structural engineering is a structural element that transmits, through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below. In other words, a column is a compression member.
According to wikki
Chris: I believe every word of this

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