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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 8 Dec 2017, 00:23
Ha Ha

The Lads took advantage of the Free Entry, but didn't consider the cost of Exit...
Chris: Only further life experience will teach them to be proactive and think ahead..
i am intrigued by the structure seen in the reflection, Chris. and those tracks are for...?
Chris: Old docks in Bristol now used for other purposes Ayush
I like that crane reflected in the window... fine shot...
Chris: Thank you kindly Larry
Contemplation OF beings...
Chris: As I try so often to achieve..
HA! OF and FOR. I like that, Chris.
Chris: I am obliged to you Ginnie!
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 8 Dec 2017, 06:22
I like the lads looking like something out of the 1940s, Chris
Chris: Yes they do actually Lisl, I had not clocked this myself..
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 8 Dec 2017, 07:27
Great reflections of the cranes in Bristol. Free entree, yes but then...what happens when you are in and can the lady find the free entry, is she reading on the pamflet how much it cost to get in???? So many questions here, I think I have to lie down....
Chris: Yes lie down Astrid, it will do you good
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 8 Dec 2017, 07:34
Now surely a museum which might be interesting for boys and elder ladies - I can see the old crane (I remember to have seen in Bristol) reflected in the window.
Chris: This building is the M Shed, where the old city docks were in Bristol Philine
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 8 Dec 2017, 07:43
I really must go there. Free entry sounds very appealing but I'm not keen on the exhibition which seems to feature children. I will wait until there is something enjoyable to view.
Chris: Oh they've been removed into store by now..
The only thing that probably was free.

I like this picture. The reflection, the fact that the lady is dwarfed by this might emporium and the rail lines. This must be Bristol I think?
Chris: You are right in every respect
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 8 Dec 2017, 08:35
Very good Tiff, the lady looking in and the boys looking out. I like the reflection of the crane in the window.
Chris: Composition, composition, composition Chad!
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 8 Dec 2017, 08:35
Bill’s right for once, tell him Tiff. It is Bristol.
Chris: Statistically he's bound to be right at least once in his life Chad
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 8 Dec 2017, 11:07
She is wise as befit her years. She knows that nothing is really for free. Great picture and I like that reflection of the crane.
Chris: It all seemed to work for me in this image Louis
There's so much to look at in this picture, but it's the crane reflection that really catches my eye.
Chris: When the docks closed they deliberately kept the cranes
They sell kids?
Chris: Well I don't want any if they do..
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 8 Dec 2017, 14:38
Wonderful reflections.
Chris: Bristol Anne, a fine place. Pity you can't join Lisl & me for a walk there..
Very clever of them to get that big crane in there smile
Chris: Err..yes Tom
Certainly lots to see and contemplate.
Chris: In Bristol Mary, a great city
I have been right at least twice in my life. I once predicted that Go now by the Moody Blues would get to no1 in the charts and it did
Chris: What on earth are you drivelling about man!!?
I would have cropped out some of the left hand side as all the interest of that side is reflected in the windows ... I hope you take notice of my advice ... If you do you might become a half decent street snapper. Of course I knew it was Bristol.
Chris: Oh gawd..

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