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Sunday, 29 July 2012

Silent Sunday #silentsunday


28 comments:

  1. Love it! And there was me worried about posting the picture of a beaver.. Hahahaha

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  2. This made me giggle! :)

    Lisa
    http://pearlmeringue.blogspot.com

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  3. oooh, thats a bit unfortunate :) This photo is very confronting at first, until i realised it was a statue, and not a black and white nude. Very clever.

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  4. OOh like my house this full of broken knobs ( ooh bit rude aren't I ?)

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  5. Ouch! Wonder if someone was jealous of his sze ;-)

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  6. Brilliant. I just did a comedy double-take over my morning tea. Great photo.

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  7. Ouchie!

    Shocking on a Sunday - for a very small split second I thought it was a black and white nude!

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  8. There's nothing like a statue's junk to make you do a double take on a Sunday morning! Nice, erm, lighting! :-)

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  9. I had to look twice. Great shot

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  10. Flipping eck!Not what I normally see on silent Sunday's :-) looks painful to me!

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  11. Looks like someone might have been ever so slightly jealous!

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  12. Haha! That made me giggle. Agree with the post above - maybe someone was jealous!

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  13. Was that in a cemetery? Bit risque for the victorians I'd have thought.

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    1. No. I have come across many Fannys in my cemetery wanderings, but never a willy of this proportion. I came across it at Cliveden House in Taplow on my way to visit the War Cemetery there. I'm not one to pass up a good willy. Seems the poor chap is suffering from frost bite though.

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  14. I love that you saw this and thought, 'ye, that's what I'm doing for silent sunday this week!' :)

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    1. I felt it really needed no words. I do of course have a tasteful picture of myself pointing at the above.

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  15. wonder what he did to deserve that!

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  16. An unfortunate accident! Did do a double take!!

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  17. You'd struggle to pull his plonker! LOL

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  18. What a picture someone was jealous weren't they lol x

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  19. Well, I posted the sagging tree bum this week, and here I come and find a poorly looking manhood!! Great minds think alike? ;)

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  20. Oh, I came to reply to my Street Photography comment that you kindly left but couldn't resist reading the comments on here. What a sorry state to be in! Let's hope someone can fix him ;)
    Brilliant #SS

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