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After the grapes are gone

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Autumn vinyardThe grapes are fermenting away, sweet and fragrant and ready for drinking this time next year… Nice how the leaves linger on though… I seem to prefer the natural world to the human one more and more… it’s just so much saner, safer. How can a tornado or earthquake compare to the human maelstrom? These days… these days… somehow these are always the days. And all the days. How sweet to stand in a vinyard and close my eyes and inhale slowly and deeply…

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27/06/2013 at 12:47 am


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Arrows, Arrows II

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27/07/2012 at 12:01 am

watching paint

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Yes, it’s true – I am easily distracted by bright, shiny objects. I found this fence mesmerising. And I found myself wishing I could paint one just like it – except where I live it would be completely silly and just wouldn’t do… it really wouldn’t work what with all the trees and nature stuff… but in the city… now there a fence like this really shines…

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30/10/2011 at 10:27 pm

Splash of Colour

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I seem to be on a roll with these little flights of fancy… The original flower arrangement came from the same wedding show as the Monster from the White Lagoon…

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18/07/2011 at 12:22 am

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