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Grotto Spinney

Boughton, Northamptonshire.

On a ridge of rolling hills deep in the Northamptonshire countryside sits a strange spinney (small cluster of trees). Too round to be natural, too wild to be tended, it crowns the fields of oilseed rape, of waving wheat and black-faced sheep. 708 more words


One Hell of a Strip Club

Had fun with the family last night follies.

A photo posted by King Unique (@kinguniquetheradiogod) on Jan 10, 2016 at 6:47pm PST

Follies in Atlanta is one hell of a strip club.

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Flight from Orkney for Date with Fuchsias

After a stimulating week of shells in archaeology and shells on the seashore I was nevertheless ready to board my flight home.  Before we left Kirkwall for Sonia and Terry to drop me off at the airport I popped into the Tankerness House Gardens which houses the Orkney Museum, next door to our pad, to take some photos of the folly in the grounds.  480 more words


So a beautiful realization I hadn’t realized in a long time just hit me like a tun of feathers. Usually, i would encourage a person to control their emotions and contain themselves whilst they think about the situation and come to terms with certain realities. 445 more words


Songs from Musicals: #21, "One More Kiss," from Follies

Honorable mentions: “Too Many Mornings,” “You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow/Love Will See Us Through”

I’ve already talked about Follies at some length on this blog, back before I started this little series. 495 more words


"There is so much to do on a film set"*...

Legendary director Billy Wilder– Some Like it Hot, Sunset Boulevard, Double IndemnityThe Apartment, et al.– and equally-legendary designers Charles and Ray Eames were long-time friends, from the days when Charles worked as an MGM set designer. 240 more words