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Micros magnified

As someone in class pointed out to me the other day, I tend to focus on the details. I see lots of trees rather than a forest. 160 more words

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Old locomotive cab, Oxenhope station

Wednesday 16th April 2014, 12.30pm (day 965)

Just an abstract, really. I like the cobweb hanging from the coal chute in this old cab. I don’t think the loco has been abandoned, it just hasn’t been used for a while.

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13/4/14: Cobweb

‘Now you’ve prepared and eaten your favourite food, make yourself throw it up.’

‘You are now on a romantic dinner date.’

I should have run. 40 more words

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Greyfriars Chapel and Franciscan Gardens

The above shot was taken in the Franciscan gardens in Canterbury during the recent “A Few Wise Words” festival. I’m not sure if some of the installations were part of the festival or whether it is normal for these kinds of things to be placed around the garden. 69 more words

Nikon D3200

Day Three: April 9, 2014

Cobweb.

Hanging in the corner, all alone, tells a story. Started off strong, a beautiful intricate pattern, and the product of an architect. One silk strand, strong as steel, combined to another, then another, then another until a home emerges in the form of a beautiful pattern. 145 more words

"The Angel in the Cobweb"

“The Angel in the Cobweb”

My mother; such a patient soul in ways;
an uncomplaining vigil does she keep.
From nursing home, she spends her later days… 186 more words

Poetry

Sinking the Sink

Building underneath a washbasin can transform what’s usually a cobwebby area¬†into great storage space. It’s also a great way to resolve the¬†dilemma of whether or not to have a washbasin in your dining room. 287 more words

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