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So:It appears to rotate about the 2 mid-pointsIt is set into concreteIt is about window sized (c. 1m X 60cm)It generally remains vertical
Quote from: dentstudent on 03/02/2009 10:15:19So:It appears to rotate about the 2 mid-pointsIt is set into concreteIt is about window sized (c. 1m X 60cm)It generally remains verticalHow do arrive at those?
Maybe they're not handles. They could be liquid overflow outlets.
Wild stabbing....This sounds like it is actually the name of a small village in the Cotswolds. Near Upper Slaughter.
I'd like to go Nedging, it sounds like fun.
hmmmm. Is it Rolf Harris's wobble board?
So:It's metalIt appears to rotate about the 2 mid-pointsThere is what appears to be some sort of handle on the rightIt is set into concreteIt is about window sized (c. 1m X 60cm)It generally remains verticalDoes it collect anything, or prevent anything from going through?
Looks like the back of a mirror to me...
News Flash: Believers Klingon to pareidolia fraud....
underside of a metal bench/table?
How about turning it upside down?It comes naturally to me:) Mr Chem.
But looking at it, a pacific vista, mirrored in a trough of some sort?I see waves:)
A wheelbarrow perhaps:)But no, I like my pacific vision best.