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One of everything

Down in the corner of the barn is a growing pile of stuff.
I think this is where stuff gets put so you know where to look when you've lost it.



This was part of a series of test pictures I did with my three 45mm lenses to see which is best. 14-54 is sharpest, just. 14-45 is nearly as sharp and much lighter. 45mm f1.8 is about as sharp, does wide aperture but doesn't zoom.

BTW. If there was enough light available** this is what the inside of a ladies handbag would look like - for those that didn't know.

(On a separate twig for those quarks among us, I have examined the thorny subject of Shrodinger's Wife today... http://snaarman.blogspot.co.uk/2012/...gers-wife.html)

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**And why, in this modern age, don't they put LED lights inside handbags? It would save all that "I know it's in here somewhere" thing...
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Re: One of everything

What's the tyre like on that barrow? Mine's flat and the valve won't take my pump. Mind you, in a flat state it makes a better job of picking up Dibnah's, err, leavings.
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Re: One of everything

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What's the tyre like on that barrow? Mine's flat and the valve won't take my pump. Mind you, in a flat state it makes a better job of picking up Dibnah's, err, leavings.
We've a barrow like that at home. The tyre went flat of course. then I moved it and the (tubeless) tyre came off the rim.

Now I can't do anything about it. I was going to take the tyre and rim to the garage to see if their air gun would get it to re-seat and inflate but the axle is rusted to the barrow. Sometimes I just don't know..
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I love that barrow!
Coat of paint, planted up with flowers, in a corner of the garden - fabulous!
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