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Funny what you find

This was in an outbuilding at Tyntesfield. No idea why it was there

 

Funny what you find

This was in an outbuilding at Tyntesfield. No idea why it was there

 

comments (18)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 30 Aug 2011, 02:06
Mobile Crane #30...if only he could speak a language we would understand...cor, wot a life!
Bill Phillips: He might say..."lemmie go"
I makes for great photography Bill...i like what you have found....rummaging through the outbuildings of a National Trust Estate lol....if they catch up with you... i will post your bail.....i will send them a check via Canada Postgrin....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Tyntesfield is like an Aladdin's cave Peter
Hmmmmm - I got nothin'. Makes for an interesting image though!
Bill Phillips: hung up and forgotten I guess
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Aug 2011, 06:31
Well seen ole thing: you might yet have the making of a true photographer!
Bill Phillips: Not a chance
At last you have started seeing the things that most people miss ... I like it
Bill Phillips: No i just got round to posting one. most of the images I take that people miss it is very apparent why they miss them...cos they are rubbish grin
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Aug 2011, 08:32
Red as well - you will be in trouble ;o)
Bill Phillips: I am used to being in trouble Mike
Some sort of test? You want it - you get it! Strange indeed, but well seen.
Bill Phillips: Perhaps it is a new form of MOT
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Aug 2011, 10:29
It must be resting if its travelled from New York smile
Bill Phillips: Shrunk on the way too
Makes for an interesting shot and imagined history.
Bill Phillips: I wonder who once played with it?
  • Jani
  • Sweden
  • 30 Aug 2011, 11:33
nice atmospheric capture!
Bill Phillips: Thank you very much
A nice shot to find Bill. I love the song.
Bill Phillips: It is a song of its time Frances
  • anniedog
  • Great Britain
  • 30 Aug 2011, 13:38
Love these little corners of discarded stuff that you can find in these places. I bet Tyntesfield was full of them.
Bill Phillips: Tyntesfield is a crammed full of stuff Ingrid
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 30 Aug 2011, 13:46
I must refer you to the reply a gave Tiff on 12th September 2009.
Bill Phillips: As I recall you said that my pictures were the work of a genius
It looks very well played with doesn't it.
Bill Phillips: And long forgotten too
Some things end up in funny places. I wonder what it's story is
Bill Phillips: Who knows Janet? Well perhaps the person who put it there does
Obviously a modern sculptor at work, with his material bills pinned to the sculpture - it probably signifies the sacrifices made for his art smile
Bill Phillips: That is frighteningly plausible Tom
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Aug 2011, 20:22
It looks like it's all hooked on the wire; I bet that will be a real nightmare to clear it all. Well seen, Bill.
Bill Phillips: It will probably be there for years Alan
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 30 Aug 2011, 22:01
These are the things you left as child - in the kindergarden - yes, I remember well -but I know in your heart you are still the boy of old! The red bucket reminds me of the red fire buckets I saw last year in the Swan Hotel in Wells or this year in the cabin of the steamer ship 'Gondola' on Coniston Water - but they are always a three's company -I can imagine what stuff you might have found apart from this one! You gave this rubbish stuff a flair/touch of eternal value!

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