Auctions and a seismic upset at Wimbledon

After a constructive Great Centenary Auction organising meeting, and a tour of inspection of the area where the Raynham Hall auctions will take place (the rehearsal aka James and Sons July sale, and the big event in September), which latter took in some heavy lifting but also provided some photo opportunities as you will see, it was back to the shop and more imaging. Some of the pictures I am putting up will have been seen by users of Facebook and Twitter.

Although I missed much of the day’s action from Wimbledon I was back in time to listen to the closing stages of 19 year old Nick Kyrgios’ spectacular defeat of world no 1 Rafael Nadal. The last time a world no one was beaten by a teenager was nine years ago when Federer was beaten by Nadal.

Now for those pictures…

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Yes - we have been assigned quarters in the stables.
Yes – we have been assigned quarters in the stables.

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A nuisance of pigeons - or  perhaps the alliteration of a pestilence of pigeons.
A nuisance of pigeons – or perhaps the alliteration of a pestilence of pigeons.

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This interesting window i situated in a position where the only person who regularly has the chance to see it is me.
This interesting window i situated in a position where the only person who regularly has the chance to see it is me.

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Stock for the July auction.
Stock for the July auction.
A stout ring like this on each section of door, a chain to link them and a stout padlock will sort out security.
A stout ring like this on each section of door, a chain to link them and a stout padlock will sort out security.

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On auction day(s) a marquee will be set up on this lawn.
On auction day(s) a marquee will be set up on this lawn.

OPENING PARCELS

Author: Thomas

I am branch secretary of NAS West Norfolk and #actuallyautistic (diagnosed 10 years ago at the comparatively advanced age of 31). I am a keen photographer, so that most of my own posts contain photos. I am a keen cricket fan and often write about that subject. I also focus a lot on politics and on nature.

1 thought on “Auctions and a seismic upset at Wimbledon”

  1. Good owl pic, and I like your caption to the last one – have you put it up on facebook? (I’ve made my quarterly visit for now…)

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