Arrsers self taken photo collection.

anglo

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Kirkz

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You've got more flower power than the 1960s.
 

Waldeck

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Getting some practice in for tomorrow

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Same photo, bit of color.

It would be interesting to see if the Moon in say the UK was on the same plain as here in the east coast of the US.

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Some bloke dumped this at work because of a bit of rain and ran off back to Manchester, so now I have to keep an eye on it so the local scallys don't have the hub caps off it or go joy riding.
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Alder Hey?
 

Daz

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Garreg Ddu Dam - Elan Valley Visitor Centre Area
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BratMedic

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Getting some practice in for tomorrow

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Same photo, bit of color.

It would be interesting to see if the Moon in say the UK was on the same plain as here in the east coast of the US.

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The full moon in June is known as a strawberry moon on your side of the pond, here in the UK it's a horse moon or a dyan moon.
 

ancienturion

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Daz

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Waldeck

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The full moon in June is known as a strawberry moon on your side of the pond, here in the UK it's a horse moon or a dyan moon.

I knew it was a Strawberry here, but why would it be called a Horse Moon or Dyan Moon over there.

It says the Moon will be opposite the Sun at about 2.30ish pm today and because it will be low in the sky it will be pinkish. Think thats because you see it through more pollution than when its high in the Sky. Because of the many tall trees around us, I'm going out in the country side to see if I can get a shot.
 
Antonov An-225 Mriya flew along the English Channel coastline earlier.

The group of spotters on the seafront told me it was flying at 27,000ft and on its way to Brize, bringing helicopters back from Afghanistan apparently.

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