A ghost came to say "Hello"!

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Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

We have something else in common annanz! My only fear here was falling into them :-///

thor☼odin™ on April 9, 2010

All this post-mortem travel-talk made me think of a man here, once caught with his newly dead father on the back seat of his motorbike. His explanation to the police was that he just wanted to take his dad to the places he loved one last time...:) The thought is at least nice :)) Warm wishes, Peter

Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

Oh Peter I am going to die laughing. The tears are running down my cheeks. :-DD

This has caused so much laughter but things have died down now ;-) Check the comments out on the lower section of this page

It could only happen in Liverpool.

Warm wishes, Lesley

Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

Peter, Just realised you had no doubt already read that link given to May earlier. Sorry to divert you, but I am laughing too much and not thinking straight.......that's my excuse!

thor☼odin™ on April 9, 2010

LOL Yes Lesley I like this wonderful british wit !! So much for the Monty Python upbringing :))) If you die laughing you're gonna be wonderful looking my dear as ever, Peter

Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

I might just admit to it being the shoulders after that lovely compliment Peter.......and you had better accept that with good grace ;-))

thor☼odin™ on April 9, 2010

no you don't get a cold shoulder, ;) Peter

Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

I have to stop there :-D....it's just too much.....

thor☼odin™ on April 9, 2010

oh you give up the spirit?? :))

Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

If we are talking spirit shoulders I definitely give up ;-//

These sort of shoulders might be the best bet!

thor☼odin™ on April 9, 2010

lol you prefer wobbly knee'd soft guys Lesley He probably won't talk back at you either ;))...Dead silent obviously, Peter

Margrit M. Berger (S… on April 9, 2010

Lesley and Peter, I guess, we will all be haunted tonight. ;)) Lesley, did you notice, that the mist has the shape of a tombstone, tilting to the left, belonging to the flat stone in the middle, which has been uplifted and supported by a kind of tube. What about taking a closer shot below the stone? ;))

May

Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

I think I'll pass on that suggestion May if you don't mind :-P........the next time you are over I will let you have the pleasure I'm sure your zoom would be longer than mine ;-))..........phew!

You are right about the shape of the mist - weird. Definitely in the shape of a tomb, and there was no mark on my lens, and no other shots before or after have shown a mist like this. I could easily stop laughing...... but I won't dwell on it :-//

Sweet dreams May!

thor☼odin™ on April 9, 2010

wow and it definitely escapes the opening under the tombstone...did you feel the company on your way home??? It's just a little bit scary Lesley :)...Of course it could be a very kind and company-seeking ghost ...Good Night Lesley sleep well, Peter

Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

I just keep telling myself Peter that the living will do you more harm than the dead! Mantra style. I'm not really a wierdo you know ;-)))

Goodnight Peter, It was good to have a visit from you :-))

Lesley Rigby on April 9, 2010

Hi febrok I have only just realised that I did not acknowledge your Best of. From you that is a huge compliment and is unforgiveable that I let it go without a mention. I am extremely sorry and Thank you so very much.

Big hugs, Lesley

© Rapi ( ) on May 6, 2010

L*sted

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