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Old May 21, 2004, 10:15 AM   #1
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Got this one a little bent, I'm afraid.
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Old May 21, 2004, 10:32 AM   #2
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Nice shot, is this a dome on a steam train. :-)
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Nice shot, is this a dome on a steam train. :-)
Yes, it's a fairly new old railway at Etal Castle south of Berwick on Tweed, (near the site of the Battle of Flodden, 1513).


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Now THERE'S a Rorschach test! (Spell check says I spelled it correctly, so I must have.)

I went looking within the reflections for you, Alan, and there you were, like a picture within a picture. As a matter of fact, that little section with its odd distortions is fascinating. I wonder what sort of photo it would become if isolated and enlarged.
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I wonder what sort of photo it would become if isolated and enlarged.
Here you are... The chap on the left with a tree on his head is an innocent bystander. My 12-yr old son is next, and he seems to have grown an extra ear, or head, or something. I am recognisable by the camera, as you noticed.

I wonder if Salvador Dali owned a digicam?
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Thank you, Alan. It's odd, it's modern, and it's funny, too. Did you ever spend time as a little kid making faces in chrome-covered things? Actually, I still do it when no one's looking.
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