Placing Filters Behind The Lens

KenS

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When I were nobbut a lad, we'd clap a clog on it. We might whistle Ilkley Moor as a distraction.
I've heard that travelers are prohibited from wearing any sort of head cover when stomping around/over Ilkley Moor

Ken. :cool:
 

Ian Grant

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I've heard that travelers are prohibited from wearing any sort of head cover when stomping around/over Ilkley Moor

Ken. :cool:
They don't use Cockney rhyming slang in Yorkshire - yet. I think you have a translation issue :D

For some reason only the women carry the best of the strong Viking genes, tall striking blondes with very long legs, the men are all mutants, vastly inferior, some even wear flat cloth caps. Joking apart there's not that strong Viking look with Yorkshire men but there definitely is with women and this is why so many Miss UK/Miss England winners and finalists are from Yorkshire. I studied genetics at University and it makes sense.

Ian
 

David M

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No, quite the opposite. The National Anthem of Yorkshire is a warning about what will happen if you don't wear a hat. After catching a nasty chill, you will die and be buried. After that, you will be eaten by t'worms. Then t'ducks will come and eat up t'worms. Then we shall come and eat up t'ducks. Then we shall all have eaten thee.
I have not attempted authentic phonetic Yorkshire spelling.
Naturally, foreigners, on entering God's Own Land are expected to doff their caps in reverence and awe. (Unless they come from Lancashire when they are expected to kneel.)

I'm not entirely sure how the relates to the placement of filters.
 

David M

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Well, everything we eat has been fertilised by what went before, every drop we drink has been drunk before, all the air we breathe has been breathed already. Cheery thought, eh?
I can only hope that every thought we think hasn't been thought before.
Remember to wear your hat.
 
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