Photo-a-Day (Saturday, 23rd February, 2019)
Nothing to watch in the town of today.
He may be an expat - visiting after many years..... Flabbergasted and stuck to the spot at how things have changed! ;o))
The Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog.
Caspar David Friedrich.
He maybe just a henpecked bag carrying Wiganer waiting for his missis to come out of M&S
Close your eyes and you can still see Woolworths and Saturday night going down Station Road to either The Ritz or The Emp. Memories.
If this post was showing Woolies the response would not be this feeble .
In my humble opinion, we are creating a temporary, throw -away society , from a known stable one . Which is best , I am not that wise enough to predict .
I was born in the old Wigan . Maybe it’s the change itself I am fighting , which I accept is a very sad argument I am bound to lose .
Mick, this man standing, to me he is not standing but walking, he has stepped forward on his right leg taking his weight, and his left leg has started to move, toe ready to leave the ground. My wife says I am very argumentative.
That's a pretty good simile Poet.
Impossible Ken- the bent leg is in front of his other leg! He might have had a new hip the way he's leaning on that stick.....
Blimey , I'm caught between Ken, Veronica and German Romanticism. After much reflection I reckon he's Moonwalking.
Just testing you V.
I guess you'll also like Chris Duffy's "neat little ballet number", which he performed in the 1947 FA Cup Final. It's on YouTube - 'Chris Duffy 1947' should nail it.
Astonishing Philip. What wizardry.
Sam Bartram's 'eckythump' cap also catches the eye.
Thanks for the tip.
another walking stick person