1615 comments given:
avatar Wayne Cheah

Spiderman's favorite hangout?

(301 days ago)

Night weaving
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....until they read National Geographic or joined Pxleyes.

(1 year and 120 days ago)

Eye Protection
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Keeping an eye on the competition?

(1 year and 120 days ago)

Keeping the mystery
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Going on holiday and applying for a new passport?

(1 year and 120 days ago)

Duded Up
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Oh... don't blame the mirror..... :‑)

(1 year and 122 days ago)

Mirror, Mirror, on the wall...
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The grass doesn't look greener on the other side?

(1 year and 152 days ago)

like a tree
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We want the bridge, the whole bridge and nothing but the bridge.

(1 year and 155 days ago)

Amsterdam Bridge
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The author "failed" to obey traffic rules of not taking photos while driving?

(1 year and 170 days ago)

Driving car shot
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You tripped?

What grass were you smoking?

(1 year and 171 days ago)

Sorry, I tripped...
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Good thing that person is not wearing a skirt?

(1 year and 309 days ago)

Going Up
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So money does grow on trees?

(1 year and 323 days ago)

Basket of Roses
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Is this a High or Low Key image?

(1 year and 357 days ago)

Key...figure!
avatar Wayne Cheah

"Mrs Red & Mr Yellow" we get baby Orange?

BTW are the "parents" married to each other?

(2 years and 4 days ago)

Mrs Red and Mr Yellow are proud to present their baby
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No idea. From its eye and head it looks like a locust.

It may very well be an undiscovered specie, and if so, we'll just have to name it "Acrididae Pxleyenisis"

But my best guess is it is a garden variety after a feeding frenzy on weeds saturated with insecticide.

(2 years and 88 days ago)

I Dunno Bug
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I think the hornet was close enough to hit the shutter button, in which case if it did happen, an objection may be raised that the hornet was the author of this image?

(2 years and 89 days ago)

The five eyes of a hornet
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She must be a gourmet cook.

(2 years and 89 days ago)

Rosemary beetle
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Bad tail day?

(2 years and 89 days ago)

I Dunno Bug
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You devil you.....

(2 years and 89 days ago)

Devil Bug
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Was your car going sideways?

(2 years and 89 days ago)

Interesting commute
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This looks like "inside" the window?

(2 years and 89 days ago)

In the toy museum
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I believed every word until the "Easy peazy...."

I was devastated and had to console myself by watching a TV rerun of "The Day Mars Invaded Earth" or was it vice versa.....

(2 years and 133 days ago)

Umbrella
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Actually its four and a quarter. See the quarter on the right top part of the photo?

(2 years and 175 days ago)

fantastic four
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Too bad you couldn't get Robin Hood and his merry men to sit around the table.

(2 years and 175 days ago)

Medieval kitchen
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Quote:- "...with the suncap pressed tight to the glass of the terrarium...."


Looks like the frog did not mind and probably have seen it tens of times a day.

(2 years and 222 days ago)

Ranidaphobia
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This should be in the "hair" contest?

(2 years and 267 days ago)

Grooming
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Quote:- "Nice, but a lot of noise"


What do you expect. It's "an antique Ford sedan"

(2 years and 267 days ago)

Ford Sedan
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Without getting too technical, did you know that size doesn't matter any more?

(2 years and 269 days ago)

... Where have you been?
avatar Wayne Cheah

A drive-by shooting?

(2 years and 271 days ago)

Curbed Appetite
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He must be a time traveler...from 1901.

(2 years and 276 days ago)

Daily Read
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A "Cellulose" Phone?

(2 years and 286 days ago)

No cell cover
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Anyone noticed the two "eyes" and the big "mouth"?

(2 years and 309 days ago)

Train Tracks to Hell
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Thanks for the reply.

(2 years and 340 days ago)

Lens Repair
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What went wrong and how was it fixed?

(2 years and 340 days ago)

Lens Repair
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This must be taken before the invention of the smartphone?

(2 years and 362 days ago)

No phones!
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For baby bear, mama bear and papa bear?

(2 years and 362 days ago)

A romantic place in the old city walls
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Forerunner of the combination adult-kid loo?

(3 years and 28 days ago)

Wooden Loo
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Still useful now as standalone "props" for photographers

(3 years and 28 days ago)

Wooden wagon
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Are you showing a Third of the Circumference of the Earth?

(3 years and 155 days ago)

splash
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Digital wings?

(3 years and 164 days ago)

Almost in Dark
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I think it's time to put a stop to images of time pieces in "Numbers" contest?

(3 years and 166 days ago)

Entry number 96672
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Congratulations and may you both have a happy life together.

(3 years and 196 days ago)

Engagement Ring
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Memories of Christmas past?

(3 years and 202 days ago)

orchard road, singapore
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Looks like your left brain is....errhhh...in better focus?

(3 years and 243 days ago)

Split Personality
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Normally you curse the darkness, not the light?

(3 years and 243 days ago)

not crazy but slightly eccentric
avatar Wayne Cheah

I think it's "bauble"?

(3 years and 256 days ago)

 Bulb
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Is this 2 colors, or shades of same color?

(3 years and 256 days ago)

Wig
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I knew that sooner or later someone would do this photo.

(3 years and 315 days ago)

What we all hold
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So you are hiding your money in plain sight?

(3 years and 319 days ago)

collection
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40 Below Zero?

Shouldn't your camera just freezes and seized up?

There is a story about how Nikon cameras, and Japanese cameras in general, got well known and commercially successful in the West.

It happened during the Korean War. All the Western war correspondents used Western made cameras, like Leica, Voigtländer, Alpa, Rollei, etc, and the poor Japanese correspondents used less expensive Japanese made ones, principally Nikon.

In the harsh Korean winters, (probably 40 Below Zero as well),the high precision Western cameras with little tolerance for mechanical play seized up and stopped working, while the rather basic and mechanically unsophisticated Nikon cameras kept on working.

So the Western correspondents had to start using Nikon cameras.

(3 years and 327 days ago)

A bit Fresh today
avatar Wayne Cheah

I suppose they ran out of steam.

(4 years and 12 days ago)

trains cemetery