Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Mystery solved?

For those of you wondering what this was, you can get a much better view of it here. Even closer up and not covered by the sea it's still difficult to identify, but luckily there's a written description.

Pictures may paint a thousand words, but sometimes they're not the right words.

16 comments:

  1. Hi Patsy - it obviously was a wreck or two ... and the answer makes sense especially the target practise ... cheers Hilary

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    1. It made me feel almost sorry for them Hilary.

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  2. Thought it was the lock ness monster for a minute......

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    1. It doesn't look much like a machine, does it?

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  3. I thought it was a rather untidy submarine. Ah well.

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  4. OK so that's the official answer - but I think mine was better. I'm already writing a story about it!

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    1. If your answer has prompted a story, then it's an excellent answer, Linda! I just hope the haggises can swim.

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  5. Is it a bird? Is it a plane?..... oh yes it is. It's surprising how many war objects pop up to remind us not to forget. Just a few months ago, in my neighbouring town of Euskirchen, Germany, a WWII bomb was found when they were digging near the railway station. The mysteries hidden beneath us, regularly seem to resurface. It most definitely stimulates the imagination.

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    1. There are a lot of war reminders, Nicola - I wish we, as a species, weren't so intent on creating more.

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