2018 Treasure Hunt Challenge


#348

An hour maybe, trying to picture the angle to take the model train was a bit difficult, I think I took five shots at different angles, and the wind wasn’t helping.
PhotoShopping the train and power supply took the longest :grin:


#349

It’s good. I probably wouldn’t have known if it weren’t for the power supply.


#350

I realised something was “iffy” … but, initially, and had there been only the first pic, I was thinking “That’s one effing realistic scenery in that model train layout!!!” :wink:


#351

That made me laugh :joy:


#352

This would have been a great “crop circle” idea.


#353

Another I thought of but didn’t see any about.


#354

looks amazing


#355

Doh!!!was going out tomorrow to find some…:pensive::weary:


#356

If you manage to take photos of some with Puglian Truli in the background, I’ll both be very surprised and seriously envious! :+1:


#357

Leaderboard updated :+1:

So guys, over to you!

Are we accepting this as a valid crop circle entry?

:thinking:


#358

After all the work that went into it and visiting the place twice I’d say yes :laughing:
But then I am biased :rofl:


#359

I’m biased the opposite way to @MementoMori … strangely enough. :stuck_out_tongue:
I still won! LOL


#360

Really not sure about that pics. It is a good idea but it’s not strictly a crop circle as the crop part is not there any more. I think in most parts of the country it’s called a hay bale🤣


#361

You’re referring to my “idea”, not @MementoMori 's Tiny Planet, I think.
Check the link in @PingSpike 's post.


#362

Yes from me.


#363

Just because you didn’t think of it :smile:


#364

For ingenuity and originality I would say yes, especially at this late stage. If somebody else posts the same amount as @MementoMori and has a ‘proper’ crop circle then that person goes in front… just my two penneth


#365

Thank you.
That sounds fair to me, otherwise I have to go to plan c :wink:


#366

I’m with @Paul_M


#367

So its been a while, I blew the dust off the Mavic and looked at the list (I wont be winning, night shifts and school holidays are not conducive to having a life)

Sykehouse Lock on the New Junction Canal, not far from me, and its interesting fact is that it was the last canal to be built in England for purely commercial purposes. Its also completely straight, you may remember it from the a video I posted at Kirk Bramwith a few months ago (strange sightings)

Anyway the guy in the boat was very pleasant, and didn’t mind me filming him.