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A Great Egret that I happened upon in Corolla on the Outer Banks 2 years ago. Sat there on that branch the whole time I was there. Really peaceful spot and both of us were content to just relax.
Seen in 1999 down in Worthing or somewhere nearby on the south coast (on a rather heavily cambered road!). A few accessory bits fitted plus 14" alloys off a Celica XT. I like these Corolla Liftbacks, but there's no trace on DVLA so it's presumably now scrapped.
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Photo of the Corolla Lighthouse on the Outer Banks. One of my first pictures of a lighthouse. Did some editing of the picture to correct the perspective of both the house and the lighthouse.
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Sand fencing or sand breaks fight erosion by causing the sand to drift and settle.
Fascinating find in Essex, I saw it several times. DVLA says nothing on it since 2005 and even then I would guess it was on a SORN. As Lady Wulfrun has noticed, it was untaxed and I can't imagine the powers-that-be tolerating that for long if it was parked on the road, so I fear this has now been scrapped.
Corollas with this early stye of grille must be mega-rare here in the OK. I have driven a slightly later example which belonged to a friend.
Shot this with a bunch of guys here, couple shots i thought I would put up!
Currituck Island Lighthouse peeking over the rugged marshland of the North Carolina coast..
Texture thanks to skeletelmess
Explored 7/10/2012 #258