Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by townsend, Dec 12, 2019.
"Yea yea yea"?!?
Who is Catwoman in that pic?
That's not only fab, it's GEAR.
Julie Newmar, I'd say.
R.I.P. Alan Parker
Magical Mystery Tour was not bubblegum in my opinion.
A young Micky Dolenz featuring in easily the most disturbing image I've ever seen.
That's a beautiful take on Tre Cime in the Italian Alps. Shot from inside one of the mountain tunnels carved out during WWI. Been there many times but never got a pic as good as this one. It's very close to Cortina d'Ampezzo where I vacation most winters.
Not dumb at all thanks I added to that area the grass wouldn't grow well it transitioned better. I hate to see bare spots. It's a small yard but I like it!
Good job- it looks cozy!
My new hobby.
I thought Franklinite came from Franklin!
No, I think Franklinite comes from Willem, NJ.
Seeing George in those flamenco pants kind of puts the lie to his scene in A Hard Day's Night where he's making fun of the shirts.
The girl on the very left.
Rob McLeod, a member of the Natural History Museum‘s conservation team, gives Hope the blue whale skeleton a final inspection in preparation for the London museum’s reopening on 5 August.
Photograph: Guy Bell/Rex/Shutterstock
Frank Sinatra on the Boardwalk, Miami, 1968
O’Neill’s first encounter with Sinatra – on the set of the 1968 film Lady in Cement – was the start of a working relationship that would last almost 30 years. O’Neill, who died in November 2019, collaborated with Mariona Vilarós to rework the original black-and-white image in colour. All photographs: Terry O’Neill/Iconic Images
The last surviving original Edinburgh tram - Tramcar No.35 - in Blackpool, 1985
When the original tram network was scrapped in 1956, the Corporation spared tramcar No.35 from slaughter and stored it in Central Bus Garage for a number of years before whisking it off down to Blackpool. Like a lot of Edinburgh locals, tramcar No.35 thoroughly enjoyed its time down in Blackpool as it stayed there for a number of years before a brief appearance at the Glasgow Garden Festival in 1988. Presumably the incessant ferrying of drunken holiday-makers and hen parties took its toll, so rather than head back off down to B'Pool tramcar 35 moved on once more. It's now located at Crich tramway museum in Derbyshire who recently purchased the tramcar and have kindly restored it to its former glory.
Going through old photos lol 2011
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