Joker's Bottle of Frogs

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Everything just ground to a halt on the A14 near Cambridge.
Bloody tourists.
Not to worry, never one to waste a minute, I grabbed this out of the window.
;-)
28th Apr 2006, 19:29  

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FilbertFox says:

stop it stop it stop it stop it

28th Apr 2006, 19:46

Dhamaka says:

gorgeous

rape seed? Is that what starts off your hayfever?

28th Apr 2006, 20:14

Nice shot..

28th Apr 2006, 20:18

Dhamaka says:

yay! highlight

28th Apr 2006, 20:29

kostika says:

Fantastic shot Joker.

28th Apr 2006, 20:42

Twiglet says:

Joker is the high light king today!

28th Apr 2006, 20:50

JokerXL says:

Just arrived in Harwich, well tnx HD, tnx guys. It's been quite a "creative" week (must be the weather)
;-)

28th Apr 2006, 20:54

Euphro says:

Another great shot! Rape is often blamed for hay fever, but it actually is insect pollinated with heavy sticky pollen that can't easily blow on the wind. The bright yellow insect-attracting flowers should be the give-away :) As Joker has mentioned in a previous post, it's grass, and trees like birch and hazel (which, as it happens, have very small inconspicuous flowers) that are the worst culprits :)

28th Apr 2006, 21:21

JokerXL says:

Cheers E.
I didn't think rape was the culprit, this is the first I've seen in full bloom this year, none in NL yet, and I've been fine all week, just floored me last Saturday though.
I recon it's the trees, Birch then Euph? Right, where's that chainsaw?;-)

28th Apr 2006, 21:30

FilbertFox says:

sticky pollened it may be, but it still makes me wheeze like an 80 a day old man. But so does grass and a many other pollens

28th Apr 2006, 22:20

JokerXL says:

Go for the injection FF. I don't know what's in it but it works for me! Lasts about 6 weeks, by the end of which most of the nasty stuff is out of the air, I find.
Otherwise there's another one that involves a course of injections over a number of weeks which will allow you to roll in the hay as much as you like for the whole year! Now wouldn't that be a thing!
;-)

29th Apr 2006, 08:08

MysteryNLI says:

Brilliant shot Joker!

29th Apr 2006, 13:37

Viv says:

colour is superb

29th Apr 2006, 18:23

Jxl says:

Cheers Mystery, Cheers Viv

30th Apr 2006, 08:48

michelle says:

amazing highlight!!!

30th Apr 2006, 15:08

taniwha says:

Hey I was zipping down that road yesterday. Cambridge was packed too.

30th Apr 2006, 16:32

JokerXL says:

Well thankyou michelle.
I wasn't zipping anywhere Taniwha, Bank holiday bloomin friday it was!

30th Apr 2006, 20:19

Arvid(arvid-at-oetzitterd-dot-nl) says:

Amazing shot!!

30th Apr 2006, 22:02