Light & Dark

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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Passing the time in the bus station.
6th Apr 2005, 22:56   comments (7)

New! Improved!

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Up in the woods we found a truck. On the back were a couple of new sculptures, about to be installed in the lower floral garden, below the new underground gallery. Don't know what they are or who they're by.

We didn't steal them!
6th Apr 2005, 22:48   comments (0)

Cats 'n' Dogs

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6th Apr 2005, 11:20   comments (3)

Tory Boy

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Remember this chap?

We saw him hassling the crowds in Wakefield town centre this morning. He didn't seem to mind me taking his picture, but he did look a little confused. Technology, eh?
5th Apr 2005, 14:13   comments (2)


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I just noticed this squished flower lying outside my window: it looks quite orchid-ish, with really fierce orange pollen-bits.
4th Apr 2005, 16:42   comments (9)

Garden Wall

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Big tree-vine things. Chunky wall-stones. Nice.
4th Apr 2005, 01:39   comments (1)


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One of the campus buildings used to be used as a creche, and I've only just noticed that it's got these rather freaksome iron children welded to the side of it.

3rd Apr 2005, 16:03   comments (3)


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Inside one of the new, small galleries in the garden. There's a nicely
weird exhibition of work by Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon, but I was
more interested in the lovely effect of sunlight through the
3rd Apr 2005, 15:50   comments (0)