Mine's a Capstan, What's yours?

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ydee on November 19, 2010

This is not a spam! I am happy to see through these long comments that you fought good paramedics to your arthritis. Every question asks for an answer and mine's I have a soft for the old lighthouse Gaulish humor of a nearly 60

Amelia Royan on November 29, 2010

In answer to your title, mine's a Craven A Cork Tipped, because it won't affect my throat, and I'm in need of a lucky black cat :))

Love the conversations here Jim!

Like the photo too :)))

Cheers, Amelia

Buts Yuri on December 1, 2010

Excellent shot ! LIKE! Greetings from Ukraine! Yuri.

Teresa Jankowska on December 3, 2010

~~((((( LIKE )))))~~

Steve Paxton on December 9, 2010

As we have someone missing can mine be a bollard! thanks for the history lesson. steve

M.Curran on December 22, 2010

Jim, Happy Christmas and have a great New Year. And this is a great point of view here too. Sorry I missed this one.

Nick Weall on December 22, 2010

A Will's Whiff please ~

Puna on December 26, 2010

Hello Jim I Wish you and All your Loved Ones A Bless,Peaceful and Healthy 2011. From my Home to your Home.


PerO the Viking G- on January 5, 2011

I've heard a song or two about this thing in my favorite pub. :))

Good shot, by the way,

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on January 5, 2011

Hiya Guys and Gals, it's good to read all your great comments..I finally got access to my gallery again and now its time to catch up with my mail. It's a real pleasure to be writing to you all even though I'm late, as usual!

ydee~~~Greetings Yves ;>) I should stop complaining and get on with my life..I'm thankful to be alive...Today, I'm going to spend some time in your gallery..See ya!

Amelia Royan-----Craven A..red packet with a lucky black cat..If you ever find one that's unopened, chances are it will be worth a bob or two..Weren't we gullible Amelia, how we were conned into believing that Menthol and Eucalyptus flavoured fags were the healthy option..I've never smoked hash/reefers but maybe I should have done ;>)

ButsYV~~~Greetings Yuri ;>) always a pleasure to receive your good comment ;>)

Teresa Jankowska~~~Hello Teresa ;>) Hope Santa brought you what you wanted, what ever it was ;>)

steve111~~~~I do ramble on Steve, there is a train of thought which leads me to think that such comment adds a little more interest to the shot ;>)

M.Curran----Thanks for your warm wishes Martin..your'e always welcome, late or otherwise ;>)

Nick Weall~~~~Aye, another ex smoker no doubt..I never found that deeply satisfying fix with Mr Will's Whiff Nick..In fact, I never found my ultimate fix until I discovered that wonderful nicotine feeder, the pipe..Here was the opportunity to inhale the real deal, in vast unrestricted quantities. Not only fixing my own appetite for the dreaded weed, but also helping to fix the needs of all those who passively passed me by..

Puna~~~Good to see you Anand and thank you so much for your kind wishes..I return them with much affection ;>)

poelarse~~~~Aye! there's a few well known shanties get sung in the pubs around these parts too..I called into your local..my kind of place..I'd feel welcome in there ;>)

Thanks for stopping by my friends ;>)

Kind regards to you all!


RNLatvian on January 8, 2011

A Good Photo!!! L! Greetings from Brazil!

Haggs on February 19, 2011

Used to be Senior Service but a Capstan for a good clear out, had a good time viewing your great gallery Jim some wonderful images to many to Mention best wishes ...Haggs...

Ian Stehbens on April 11, 2011

A Capstan always needs a light, Jim.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 12, 2010
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    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: NIKON E8700
    • Exposure: 0.005s
    • Focal Length: 27.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.828
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash