i'm going to go on a picture taking adventure

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by bekyboo52, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. bekyboo52

    bekyboo52 52~unknown~52

    im going to go take a picture with every metal tree in london..... then i'll post them here... probably next weekend. please don't get mad at me for bringing up what might be a dead post by then.... :D..... that way you random poeple can see the pretty trees of london. :) ... no other londoners can do this! (*caugh arristartle*cough ;)) and that is because, I'm kool like that:cool: lol :)
     
  2. Unknown American

    Unknown American Rogue Capitalist

    So how many metal trees are there in London?

    Perhaps a better question...Metal trees,WTF?:confused:
     
  3. PieInTheSky

    PieInTheSky Member

    Waste of bandwith. Just saying.
     
  4. I want to see the real trees.
     
  5. redyelruc

    redyelruc The Yard Man

    Why don't they just plant real trees?
     
  6. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Senior Member

    maybe because there's not enough sunlight to make real trees photosynthesize, so they had metal trees put in?
     
  7. Cate8

    Cate8 Senior Member

    :tongue: theres enough sunlight. Winter is SO bright.
     
  8. seizedbyanger

    seizedbyanger Banned

    just upload them up to a photo site and send the link.
     
  9. dd3stp233

    dd3stp233 -=--=--=-

    I hear they are supposed to be "art sculptures" and that there are 15 of them, but I could be wrong.
     
  10. redyelruc

    redyelruc The Yard Man

    I wonder how much money the local council spent on their metal trees. How many real ones could they have planted, or maybe even painted if they wanted an arty look.
     
  11. Unknown American

    Unknown American Rogue Capitalist

    I would be happy to sell them the seeds.:D
     
  12. redyelruc

    redyelruc The Yard Man

    It is kinda weird. Last year, here in Ubon the city council 'planted' about a dozen plastic palm trees of various colours around the border of the city park.

    They already have 100's or 1000's of real ones. Anyway, obviously the people of the city didn't like it too much because they were dug up and replaced with real ones after about 10 days.

    City planners.:rolleyes:
     
  13. brax

    brax Member

    you too can be a metal tree millionaire all you need is a welder on one or two city council members in your pocket
     
  14. brax

    brax Member

    should learn to proof read my posts AND one or two city council members in your pocket
     
  15. Unknown American

    Unknown American Rogue Capitalist


    Or you can move to the jungle hire people to do all the work.

    Then you smoke weed and run around in the jungle and grow real stuff and become a seed millionaire.
     
  16. I'minmyunderwear

    I'minmyunderwear voice of sexy

    all of our posts are wastes of bandwidth. but thank you for pointing out that your specific post did in fact follow that trend.

    and thank you for saying bandwith, because that gave me a nice chuckle.
     
  17. brax

    brax Member

    I always wanted to have my own aircraft carrier and convert the surface of it into a huge garden. travel around the world collecting the best seeds.
     
  18. Unknown American

    Unknown American Rogue Capitalist

    I like the idea!

    Think big!:)
     
  19. brax

    brax Member

    lol my motto is shot for the stars cause even if you don't make it you still might get to the moon.
    when i was a kid i would tell my dad i wish i had this or i wish i had that. His response was always "wish in one hand and shit in the other and see which gets full first." lol
     
  20. bekyboo52

    bekyboo52 52~unknown~52

    there are over 100 of them, theyre there because london thought that downtown needed colour.....i was actually just going to make an album but i like the post a link to a site idea...
     

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