About 1/4 mile from the Bath end of the Bristol to Bath Cyclists Track some of the evil alien traffic cones have apparently eaten the hedge that used to hide the caravan/camp site (behind the Traffic Cones orange 'earth rover vehicle') from view.
The sign next to the traffic cones suggests that they might be planning to turn the camp site into an umbrella factory for some reason. However more recent speculations suggest that the sign doesn't depict a man opening an umbrella at all, rather it shows a Traffic Cone being fed by a human slave. This is entirely consistent with the missing hedges that the cones have apparently eaten.
On the left side of the photo is what appears to be a Tardis that has been cunningly camouflaged to look like a portable shit house. Is this where the Cones have stashed the WMD? Does this mean the Traffic Cones have developed the technology to travel through space AND time? If so the cone invasion force is no longer dependent on rocket thrusters
The Traffic Cones have set up a secure perimeter using steel fences. Obviously this is to protect the cones from attack by the marauding pelotons of cyclists of the Cyclists Resistance Movement (CRM).
More cones are lurking in front of the fence. They form a protective 'ring of plastic' around the perimeter. You can't see them because they have cunningly deployed Traffic Cone Anti Radar Stealth Technology (TCARST) which renders them invisible to the eye. Fortunately your browser ships with special Traffic Cone Detection Software (TCDS) - move the mouse over the picture and the cursor will change to reveal their positions. Click on an invisible Traffic Cone to learn more about the aliens stealth technology.
The Cycle Path
Traffic Cones from the planet ring road
Traffic Cone Invasion
Torturing Traffic Cones
Traffic Cone landings on Siston Common
Traffic Cone Abacus
Weapons Emporium (Weapons to exterminate Cones with)
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|Photography by Nigel 'Gear Ratio' Jones June 2004|