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All alone...

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  • Ray
  • Surin, Thailand
  • 13 Oct 2015, 01:10
Bono...looking for the Joshua Tree...
Frank L Croston.: Could be, Ray, who knows? smile
Trying to get a signal Frank?
Frank L Croston.: He wouldn't find one here, Andrew....
  • Chris
  • England
  • 13 Oct 2015, 06:44
Lost his car keys?
Frank L Croston.: And his car, Chris...
Not a good place to run out of petrol
Frank L Croston.: You mean
Might be time to put down the Candy Crush, Mister. Look around.
Frank L Croston.: So true, Mary.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 13 Oct 2015, 14:16
It's a big place to be all alone. Hahah at Mary! Sometime sit easy to lose the beauty of the place by fiddling with technology or even try to take a photo of a video.
Frank L Croston.: Very true, Alan, I have said to Elizabeth, sometimes the best memory card is in your head.
He might of course have been doing a quick sketch of the scene in front of him, I know who chap in my camera club who sometimes does that instead of taking a photo.
Frank L Croston.: Sounds a good idea, Brian, why not.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 13 Oct 2015, 16:15
Looks like he hasn't got a map
Frank L Croston.: Could be right, Anne.
Lonesome cowboy about to get wet.
Frank L Croston.: It threatened, but never did...
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 13 Oct 2015, 17:31
Grey Hound buses don't run very often these days.
Frank L Croston.: No, and from what I've read you don't want to use them anyway.
Great moody sky!
Frank L Croston.: Thank you, Tom, it threatened all day.
I'm so pleased at how wonderfully you've presented this scene - it was quite special!
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Elizabeth, I'm glad you think so.

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