A spoonful of Linda

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Zenit TTL, Zeiss Tessar 2.8/50, Agfa Vista 200 (from Poundland)

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Comments (16)

♥♥TRIKER12 on June 22, 2012

Aa been there, seen that (pinched the sugar bowl!)

Wonderful portrait Keith

Nick Weall on June 24, 2012


skida on June 24, 2012

She was born with a silver spoon in her field.

♥♥TRIKER12 on June 24, 2012


David Brown Photogra… on June 24, 2012

But why?

This seems to be a spoon on the side of a footpath across a field in the middle of, ahem, nowhere!

But why?

I hope all will be revealed - Jethro

skida on June 25, 2012

Public Art, dear chap. We have lots of it oop North these days.


David Brown Photogra… on June 25, 2012

Shame about the graffiti then Keith

But many thanks for the update - J

♥♥TRIKER12 on June 25, 2012

Hi Jethro I think this type of graffiti is an eyesore, but the miscreants who are responsible are blessed with just enough grey cells to walk and talk - not necessarily at the same time.

David Brown Photogra… on June 26, 2012



Amelia Royan on July 4, 2012

Actually the explanation here is quite simple.

The spoon is of normal teaspoon size that one might find in any cutlery drawer.

But Linda, in all innocence, found a little bottle on it with the words ‘Drink me’ printed on the label.

Thinking it was a bottle of Black Sheep, she did as she was told - as always! ;-)

skida on July 10, 2012

Nice idea Amelia, but actually it is a scene from "Land of the Giants - the Remake"


Rafael (Retrocool) on August 16, 2012

HA HA, just a huge spoon in the middle of nowhere ...LOVE

© Tom Cooper on August 16, 2012

We have a spoon this large in Minneapolis, but it contains a giant cherry instead of Linda. The Panoramio tag "spoon" will bring up several photos of it.

skida on August 28, 2012

Thanks Rafael and Austin. This spoon can only be seen after quite a long walk along a path and is not sign posted. My finding it was fortuitous as although I knew it existed, I had no idea which path it was on. I refuse to make jokes about lost cherries!


Keisuke Togawa / Man… on June 23, 2014

It is like the spoon which God dropped. KT

skida on June 28, 2014

Exactly right KT

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