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Diana Australis, Gabi Lombardo, Smiley Derleth, Berny and 6 other people have particularly liked this photo


14 comments - The latest ones
 Ulrich John
Ulrich John club
Great Game with light, shadows and patterns. A fine composed b/w ! Good Morning, Diane !
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to Ulrich John club
Guten Morgen, Ulrich, mein Freund! Vielen Dank!
2 years ago.
 Edward Bowthorpe
Edward Bowthorpe
Brilliant Diane,eddie
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to Edward Bowthorpe
Many thanks, Eddie!
2 years ago.
 Winscha
Winscha
Un beau noir et blanc
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to Winscha
Thank you, Winscha, I appreciate your kindness!
2 years ago.
 GrahamH
GrahamH club
The fasteners have bolted.
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to GrahamH club
They'd better be in a box, somewhere! This is an antenna tower, or something similar. My dad built hundreds of these around the world in his heyday and he would talk about missing parts, always someplace remote, like the Congo. That used to drive him crazy!
2 years ago.
GrahamH club has replied to Diane Putnam club
I recognised it immediately. It's a pleasant surprise that you have a little familiarity with the joys of building radio things on remote hilltops when a warehouse person has failed to include something or a light-fingered local has had a greater need for an item than the constructor. Not that I've worked in a third world setting. There were times in remote inland places here in Australia where a missing simple hardware item could cost a day and a specialised part could take a week to arrive.
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to GrahamH club
Oh, and I'm glad you understood what I was talking about! Dad's career revolved around those kinds of hassles, and so we all heard about them all of the time! He actually missed spending some Christmases and other events with us, because he had to wait (and wait) for missing, or correct, parts to be shipped from the US. Sometimes that took a couple of months. If ever there was a person who loathed waiting because of other people's mistakes, it was Dad - lol! You might be shocked by how much antenna-building lingo I know - not that I can exactly define the terms.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
 Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker club
I was going to say that they need a good screw then realised that that they don't.
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to Andy Rodker club
Hahaha - well, that was a good try, Andy!
2 years ago.
 Pam J
Pam J club
Excellent !
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to Pam J club
MAny thanks!
2 years ago.

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