Monthly Archives: August 2016

Too much thinking can be dangerous for your health!

‘I was just thinking …..’

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After

The mask is derived from a Zimbabwean  sculpture.

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Evening visitor

Let it not be said that moths are uninterested in modern technology.  This little fellow, no more than 1.5 cm long, flew in through the open window yesterday evening and, for an hour or so, settled on the computer screen.  I don’t have macro equipment but I felt the incident was worth sharing.   (I think its a fruit moth, but I’m probably wrong!)

 

 

 

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Blue cornfield

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August 26, 2016 · 8:00 am

Out of this world

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August 24, 2016 · 8:00 am

Ageing door

It is  sometimes said that ‘every picture tells a story’.  On this occasion there seems to be a complete saga covering a long history.  There have clearly been security problems, indicated by the blocking of key holes, the replacement of the glass pane with mesh , and a further stronger metal grid has been added.  Layers of carelessly applied paint reveal changes in taste and colour preferences.

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Around the garden yesterday (8)

 

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Losing the thread

This image is created from a single thread of cotton dropped randomly on to a sheet of white paper.

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