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    • Nothing has changed. You can't, in most cases upload to the forum directly from your device, whether that is a PC, tablet or phone. This forum, as with most others, needs a URL (uniform resource locator) to find and display your pic. This URL or  code is automatically generated when you upload to a third party site such as Flikr, Imgur et al. The Gallery here will do the same. Your phone or tablet on its own won't generate a URL, so that's why you can't post directly from it. 
    • For what it’s worth, I own a Hydroconquest but would love an Aquis if one ever came up in my price range. They are truly beautiful watches. Personally, I’d try both on when safe to do so. I’m pretty sure that you would end up favouring one over the other. Both are top notch watches in my opinion.
    • Sorry no.  they never really do say a lot of the time. 
    • Norm...has it been healthy up till this year, or has it been getting weaker for a while. If the latter...poor shoot growth, underdeveloped leaves, no flowers etc., then maybe the tree has a disease which may or may not be curable. However, and I hope this is the case, it may have just been frost damage. Late and unexpected frosts can burn and destroy developing flower and leaf buds if they are extremely cold. I've had whole, established Wisterias at work devastated by a late frost and lost the whole years flower display.  This year, a lot of my Box topiary (you may have seen them in other threads) have been affected by frost...at first I thought it was 'Box Blight', a fatal disease of Box, but I now think it's frost scorch, where we had a particularly hard frost one night in early May and the developing tender buds were completely frozen and killed...the same may have happened to your Magnolia. There's not a lot you can do physically, but as long as new growth starts to appear and grow strongly in the summer sunshine, then the tree isn't dead and I wouldn't worry too much. Keep an eye on it. 
    • So was pretty much sold on the Longines Hydroconquest and decided that all I had to do was wait until lockdown was over, visit the Jewellers and select the right model.  Then I saw the Oris Aquis on offer for £1200 and really liked the look. I know that Oris does not have the heritage of Longines but they do look very good watches and I am now confused with a little over a month to run until my Birthday.
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