Weld with Rob

Weld with Rob

Posted on 07/18/2014


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Y5 Day 199, 2 Cubes !

Y5 Day 199, 2 Cubes !
July 2014 hunt 7. Double (your choice of subject)

Just what everyone wants in their tea/coffee; right ?

I'm claiming a 'double double' - two wrongs make a right, don't they ?

Below are a bunch of pairs that I collected mainly over our weekend trip away

7 comments - The latest ones
Weld with Rob
Weld with Rob
Y5 Day 195, 2 Large Steam Pipes , 2 large steam pipes.
Y5 Day 195, 2 Steam Well Silencers , 2 steam well silencers.
Y5 Day 194, 2 Diggers , 2 Diggers.
Y5 Day 194, 2 Snowmaking Guns , 2 Snow making guns.
Y5 Day 194, 2 Chairlift Towers , 2 Chairlift towers
Y5 Day 195, 2 Pylons , 2 Pylons.
Y5 Day 197, 2 Tamarilos , 2 Tamarilos.
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
DeForest Ranger
DeForest Ranger
Now you KNOW my favourite of these is the two diggers! And I'm glad you labelled the snow-making guns. That's a piece of equipment I've never seen.
3 years ago.
Evergreengirl
Evergreengirl
Lots of fun "doubles" here. I like the Tamarilos, although what kind of fruit that might be I don't know. They look like cherries to me.
3 years ago.
Weld with Rob has replied to Evergreengirl
Dad is formulating a response - but they are closer to a kiwi fruit in size
3 years ago.
nauticalnancy
nauticalnancy
great double play Rob
like the pop of red in three of the shots - as for the Cubes - I saw one today and was not that impressed with it.
3 years ago.
Cathlon
Cathlon
Some great double shots Rob, the two pipes acting as great leading lines to the smoke stacks, as many have said I do like the two pops of red fruit as well. Quite a diversity of interesting subjects, well done.
3 years ago.
Weld with Rob
Weld with Rob
Here's what Dad replied :

Hi Y'all,as Rob has said I am growing this in my garden. I've only ever known it as a tree tomato, but it had to be renamed Tamarilo to avoid confusion in the minds of our overseas customers who ,quite rightly said to themselfs, tomatoes don't grow on trees.They're not even related to tomatoes they just look a bit like one with their bright red skin.Larger than a cherry, slightly larger even than a size 8 hens egg and similar shape. I had to look up its latin name for you Cyhomandra betacea, has a delicious tart flavour that goes well raw or stewed with apples on my porridge or in a pie.
3 years ago.