Sunday, 3 June 2018

Up in the clouds.



There was I, enjoying an early evening glass of plonk, with a few anchovy-stuffed olives, when from behind the Privet bush came George 111.


There he is. It is him; isn't it!




30 comments:

  1. I can see him. Privet?? A noxious weed here.

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    1. Flying over Lumberjack; just saying 'Hi'.

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  3. I love cloud watching. Good guess on George III

    cheers, parsnip

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  4. A fair call on the cloud. Privet is a pest species here, but I am not sure if it has been declared a noxious weed.

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    1. It's very useful for hedging, and barriers against prying eyes. I prefer the small leafed variety.

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    2. We have beautiful privet hedges in England. I have one.

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    3. They make very dense, impenetrable, hedging. A UK favourite.

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    4. The scent of flowering privet sends me straight back to the long hot summers of childhood. It doesn’t grow here, the native hedging is fuchsia.

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    5. Privet hedges used to give me terrible hayfever.

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  5. George is lovely but, a little too nosey; isn't he!
    Greetings Maria x

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  6. Yes, I love looking for things in clouds.... I was a member of the CAS... the Cloud Appreciation Society.

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    1. I love it too. We've recently seen a map of the UK, and a monkey.

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  7. Not familiar with George's profile in later years (he was actually rather good looking before the chin took over) I'd have probably said "Rumpole of the Bailey".

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  8. I hope that you offered him a drink!

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  9. Well I can see George too. Just never been introduced

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  10. Is he sticking his tongue out or am I reading him wrong?

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    1. He is; he was well known for it!

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  11. I can see three faces !!! I see faces in everything ..... I always thought it was something spooky about me but I read the other day that we see faces in all sorts of things because we are so used to seeing faces all the time in our everyday life that we expect to see them ( something like that !!! ) XXXX

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    1. I'm sure that's right; just one or two elements of someone's face and there they are.

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  12. George the Third's arse, maybe.

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