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Big Ben

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Another challenge, another Dyxum meeting

The V&A museum in London



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From the Gothenburg DM

Next will show a shipyard
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Ok, the pelicans are the main subject of this photo, but behind is a repair shipyard in Walvis Bay, Namibia


And somehow these shipyards got me an odd urge to see a submarine in the next photo...
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Ok, one submarine coming up... And it sure could use a shipyard too.

The Soviet sub B-39 at the San Diego Maritime Museum.


The next photograph will have a vintage British sports car.

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A vintage Triumph "frog"



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OK, sticking with the car/colour motif:

Porsche Spyder front by Joe Lewit, on Flickr

And now for something completely different, an actual arachnid spider.

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Jumping Spider by Matt, on Flickr

Next picture: a fly.
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A Fly



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Bee in flight

Next up - the colour yellow
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next- a butterfly please?
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How about more than one butterfly?


And the next photo should have a centipede.
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