Friday, 10 February 2012

Where were you when? When in Rome . . .

This photo just goes to show how seriously the members of our merry band of Blokes take the study and appreciation of enormous structures. Brother Alan has travelled to the epicenter of ancient Rome to research the history of the concrete that built the empire. On a recent trip to the Italian capital he made time to visit one of its major architectural sites in the belief that by being this close to such a phenomenally enormous structure would boost his specialist knowledge and would somehow add to his overall interpretation of 'Concrete'. Time well spent.

So, the scores are in

1. The Location - 4.0 (Iconic to say the least and cunningly shot to give the illusion that he is holding up the very building and, yet again, despite no visible signage as irrefutable proof it could probably pass the "can you prove where it is test" but still unfortunately has to be docked 0.5 points. Rules is rules . . . )

2. The Pose - 3.5 (Good use of headwear and with a nod to pointless grandeur)

3. The X-Factor - 4.0 - (taking your TMAK47 T-Shirt on holiday to combine with a suitable hat and pose - good work!)

Making 11.5 -
making the highest scoring entry from someone visiting an ancient monument whilst wearing a hat yet received - can you beat this?

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