Photo-a-Day (Tuesday, 8th February, 2022)
Nice one, Poet...!!!
You could use this photo to advertise something
Not altogether sure what to say about this one, other than it’s certainly different.
A fantastic photo today! Talk about being in the right place at the right time. ( Reminds me of the Lloyd's bank advert.) I'm puzzled by the skyline! Looks as if it's been 'manufactured'. I love it though ... the stallion especially and the ghostly buildings in the sky.
The theme from "Black Beauty" came straight into my head when I saw this beautiful animal, and I can't stop humming it now!
Lovely pic ! Like Veronica says,puts you in mind of the Lloyd's bank advert.
This sequence appears quite often on the television, it is the advert for
Lloyds Bank showing Black Beauty and steam locomotive number 60103
Veronica - it IS the Lloyds Bank advert - on a bush shelter.
A really good one Poet you can ' feel' the speed, the train & the horse trying to keep up. Well captured indeed !
Poet: Come on you can tell John, are you going into a midlife crisis, do you need 10 minutes in the cradle of life.
Or is this some kind of abstract art, or shall I send you some Uncle Joes Mint balls.
Oh! I see thankyou Jembo but so creative ! Mind you these days I don't stand at bus shelters.. I agree you could reflect for some while waiting of buses.
That horse is from a farm in Abram.
Irene: That’s a very positive statement.
Yes, I know, and I'm not saying HOW I know, but it is.
I heard the horse wasn't as black as they wanted so they sprayed it with some thinned down molasses.
I'm not saying how I know this information, but I do.
The horse lives at Holme Park Stud, Northill, Bedfordshire. I'm not saying HOW I know, but it does.
And he's never even heard of Abram.
That's fine, gentlemen. I'm sure, as a mere female, that you must know better than I do. As none of us are prepared to say how we know what we know, we'll just leave it at that, shall we? Goodnight.
Irene: Now don’t worry about it or get upset, if you say that horse came from a farm in Abram, that’s good enough for me you don’t have to explain.
Come on Lads let’s give Irene a little slack here, she deserves our respect.
Thankyou, John G. I assure you I'm not upset in the slightest, but how kind it is of you to say what you said.
There is a lot information on Google about this horse.
" At last . The bus is coming ! The things one thinks about when waiting all day for a bus " .
Thanks to all the actors who contributed to this little play . And good night .
( Exit stage left ) Curtain
Thank goodness for that - it was all a dream...so it doesn't matter what barn the horse lives in - Meanwhile still 'Waiting for Godot'.....