Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Friday My Town Shoot Out – on a Tuesday!

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Let's make this a special week! 

I first posted in 2009 but dropped out in 2012, just dipping back in with a few posts that year.  I still read a number of FMTSO bloggers posts so came across this a few times last week.  I thought I’d have a quick look through my old posts to see what I could come up with.

This was from my first FMTSO post in June 2009 – when JarieLyn gave me the link.  The subject was colours of the rainbow.



Hidden niches

And my favourite – Neglected Structures

Hopefully I shall drop in again in the near future.

If you want to see what others posted visit the link.


  1. Hi, great to see your post. Would be good if you dropped in once in a while. I saw all of the above except the hidden nitches. have always loved your photos and your dialog. Ginger

    1. Thanks Ginger. Looking at what everyone posted last Friday is high on my agenda so stand by for a comment!!

  2. They are all fantastic, John, no matter what day of the week you post them! I remember most of these from 2012, I think.

  3. Nice to see you pick up the thread :) I think I remember most of these photos (now that I see them again).

  4. Oddly (perhaps not knowing my memory or lack of it) I don't recall the 'Paths' one.

  5. that clock is fantastic. so unique.


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