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Jul 28, 2020 07:02 |  #4621

unclejohn wrote in post #19100065 (external link)
My favorite is the top one. I've never thought of clouds that way.

Thanks!! When I saw them with the moon, I had to grab for the camera.


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Jul 28, 2020 13:38 |  #4622


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Jul 28, 2020 21:47 |  #4623


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Jul 29, 2020 06:29 |  #4624

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Both cloud pictures are wonderful and very different!!


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Jul 29, 2020 06:38 |  #4625

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Jul 29, 2020 22:46 |  #4626

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19100654 (external link)
Both cloud pictures are wonderful and very different!!

Thank you Charles!!:-)


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Jul 31, 2020 08:05 |  #4628

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Jul 31, 2020 11:56 |  #4629

Lovely image kind of 3D effect.


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Aug 01, 2020 06:35 |  #4631

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What is this building?

It "appears" to me to be cut in half - the cut appears to be wider at the bottom and can clearly are able to look thru the wall on the bottom, but go to the top and the "cut" then disappears....

Very intriguing!


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Aug 01, 2020 07:01 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #4632

Hi Charles.

I'm not sure what you are seeing, I've never really paid this tower much attention apart from photographing it :-)

I know it's getting a bit wonky and repairs have been done recently.
The tower was rebuilt in 1863 by John Eaton to commemorate the marriage of Albert Edward to Princess Alexandra, replacing a building that had been there since 1751.
There have been beacons or signal towers on this hill since the 16th century.




  
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Aug 01, 2020 08:15 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #4633

I suspect its an electrical cable conduit, rather than a break. There also seems to be modern lighting Fixtures around it taking away the old look. the openings seem to have recent brick work closing them off.


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Aug 01, 2020 09:37 |  #4634

Phil.H wrote in post #19102285 (external link)
Hi Charles.

I'm not sure what you are seeing, I've never really paid this tower much attention apart from photographing it :-)

I know it's getting a bit wonky and repairs have been done recently.
The tower was rebuilt in 1863 by John Eaton to commemorate the marriage of Albert Edward to Princess Alexandra, replacing a building that had been there since 1751.
There have been beacons or signal towers on this hill since the 16th century.


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I suspect its an electrical cable conduit, rather than a break. There also seems to be modern lighting Fixtures around it taking away the old look. the openings seem to have recent brick work closing them off.

I just downloaded the photo and took a better look at it in Photoshop Elements. I believe 4matic is correct. It does look like an electrical conduit going up the building!

Thank you Phil for the history on this tower!!


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Aug 01, 2020 11:03 as a reply to  @ 4matic's post |  #4635

Correct Neil.

The cable is a lightning conductor. I should imagine this tower gets hit a lot.




  
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