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View from your house, your office or a friend's place

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doogz

27,091 posts

99 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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Thanks.

Wish I wasn't a photoshop 'tard and I could stitch them together and smooth out the colours. Need to wait til it snows again this year and use the new panoramic thing on my new i-phone.

Rude-boy

20,805 posts

145 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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Bill said:
Davel said:
What Phil O'Delph Town?
nono Just Philadelphia.
Lovely!

Sprouts

865 posts

101 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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This is a view from our gaff just now. Our neighbour's in the dog house, and he'd better be careful toneet.

bigTee

5,546 posts

133 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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Office outdoor sthouse

Burrito

1,668 posts

132 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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Rather pleased with the view today - normally it's a sthole of an industrial estate!



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Jagmanv12

1,210 posts

76 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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24lemons said:
Just took this from my office balcony.

That's similar to the view from the PH offices.

NikB

1,823 posts

177 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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Burrito said:
Rather pleased with the view today - normally it's a sthole of an industrial estate!

Watergate bay

Burrito

1,668 posts

132 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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NikB said:
Watergate bay
Yup. Most of the day in the hotel's newly refurb'd conference suite enjoying the view smile

Hoofy

63,061 posts

194 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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bigTee said:


Office outdoor sthouse
biglaugh

I was waiting for someone to post something like this.

rossub

963 posts

102 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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From the back garden - Christmas Morning 2010



Summertime


eliot

7,146 posts

166 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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Dull iphone5 panoramic of the office:


nightflight

758 posts

129 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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Approaching Sri Lanka at 37000 feet

Wattsie

1,155 posts

113 months

Thursday 4th October 2012
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devnull said:
View from my flat

Is that Swansea? You live in those riverside flats on the way to Llansamlet?

carreauchompeur

14,506 posts

116 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Isaac Hunt said:
We will be doing that trip in a couple of weeks. Did you take the Toy Train to Shimla?
Think we are staying at the Sheraton
Yes, toy train was a real highlight but it's quite cramped!

Off to Jodhpur tonight on the overnight train.

Matt Harper

4,735 posts

113 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Rude-boy said:
Lovely!
It's true, The City of Brotherly Homicide takes a little getting used to - home again, for now...


Spoof

1,771 posts

127 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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View from the office. Night approach.



Taken this morning from my bedroom window, fortunate enough to have the Thames in my back garden.




Powerrr

1,978 posts

84 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Spoof said:
View from the office. Night approach.



Taken this morning from my bedroom window, fortunate enough to have the Thames in my back garden.


Spoof

1,771 posts

127 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Powerrr said:
Spoof said:
View from the office. Night approach.



Taken this morning from my bedroom window, fortunate enough to have the Thames in my back garden.

Until it floods.

illmonkey

10,224 posts

110 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Spoof said:
Powerrr said:
Spoof said:
View from the office. Night approach.



Taken this morning from my bedroom window, fortunate enough to have the Thames in my back garden.

Until it floods.
How does a Cockpit flo....oh, your house.

john2443

3,429 posts

123 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Spoof said:
View from the office. Night approach.



Taken this morning from my bedroom window, fortunate enough to have the Thames in my back garden.

Although it's nice to have the river at the bottom of your garden, but you fail to mention that for 3 months of the year your garden is at the bottom of the river smile