Sunday, 18 January 2015

#MySundayPhoto // The Black and White Photo Project


- Protecting Plymouth from the Pirates



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  1. They look like they are having fun protecting Plymouth's coast there :-)

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  2. I know where you are! Still chuckling over us both going so recently.

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    1. I know it wasn't until i went to grab your badge and link up that i noticed we went to the same place.

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  3. It looks almost as if they are having a competition - although I'm not sure that loading up the cannon with balloons is going to be very effective ... ;-)

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    1. They were. The oldest one said he won because he had the balloons to take down the sail boat in the distance.

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  4. Looks like an amazingly fun time there I know I would love to be playing at fighting off the invaders never mind how much the kids would enjoy it.

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    1. I am not the only one who would play with the cannons then. lol :)

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  5. Hey, if you come across canon, you just have to give 'em a go.

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    1. Yes the oldest was pretending his balloons were the cannon balls and was using them to shoot down the sail boat in the distance.

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  7. Can you imagine the racket they must have made! :D

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    1. There are some across the water that get used for reenactments. They are very loud, can hear them for miles.

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  8. Great fun, imagining playing with cannons, and love the photo in black and white. It's almost like it reflects history better.

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    1. There is a lot of history behind the cannons so I agree they look better in black and white. The children had great fun playing with them.

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  9. Loving the balloons-they sit perfectly alongside the canons :)

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    1. They were pretending the balloons were the cannon balls :)

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  10. What strikes me is the sign - no diving no tomb-stoning ...yikes!

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    1. The teenagers here still do it. They are crazy.

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  11. Great photo, they must have been scary things years ago x

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    1. Yes, I think they have a lot of history.

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  12. Z loves these, he kept trying to look inside one! :)

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    1. My children do to. I guess they are seeing if there is any ammunition left.

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  13. In my head there is a scene where the soldiers are firing this cannons. Amazing! #bwphotoproject

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    1. There must be so much history behind them.

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  14. wow they looks so stunning, so strong and proud

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  15. What a fantastic photo...Bombs away....hehehe

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  16. Keep up the good work. Love it in B&W

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. Thank you so much. Its a great linky.

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  17. Lovely capture and your boys look like they are having a fantastic time too.xx

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    1. Thank you. They were having lots of fun pretending to shoot them.

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  18. I couldn't think of anyone better to keep us safe #mysundayphoto

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    1. They did a great job at saving the coast that day. :)

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  19. Great shot! The caption completes the whole look, however.

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  20. Great photo. A great opportunity for a history lesson. Just the type of history lesson boys love too :) #bwphotoproject

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  21. Lucas says - What an AWESOME photo. I love this. The Mother took me to a museum and I saw a cannon there and these look very cool :) #bwphotoproject

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