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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This is a new bit of Leighton Moss RSPB reserve. Well, some of it is. They're creating a new set of reedbeds that should be an ideal habitat for more bitterns. They like bitterns.
30th Mar 2005, 17:22   comments (4)

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Yep. We found some.

Had to look pretty hard, though.
30th Mar 2005, 17:06   comments (0)


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Isn't it wonderful, the things that the great British countryside won't biodegrade?
30th Mar 2005, 17:03   comments (1)


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Lamp. Window. Dusky blue. Nice.
30th Mar 2005, 17:00   comments (1)

Look At The Georgian On That!

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One of Lancaster's best bits, hidden away in the town centre: the Music Room.

The ground floor was a wedding dress shop for ages, but the out-of-the-wayness seems to have run that business into the ground. The first floor is the music room bit, with some lovely plasterwork depicting the Muses.

Ah, happy memories of taking tea with the Bradwells in the late 1780's...
30th Mar 2005, 16:56   comments (0)


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I remember reading about this ages ago: a 1:15million scale model of the solar system in the UK, based around the sun at Jodrell Bank - and Saturn was going to be in Lancaster!

I always assumed that it would be up at the University somewhere, but here it is at my sister's old school, recently unveiled for National Science Week.
30th Mar 2005, 16:49   comments (1)


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This is Poppy. She's a very stretchy cat and often sleeps in the stupidest possible poses: it's only thanks to the K700's panorama mode that we can fit all of Poppy into this picture.

Poppy will be the star of Light & Dark for a while - since I don't go home much I took lots an' lots of her, and the most endearing will go up over the next week or so.
30th Mar 2005, 16:22   comments (4)


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The clouds were doing some quite spectacular things on the way home. It was raining off in the distance, and the rain showed up in the light like a golden glow emanating from patches of the land.
30th Mar 2005, 16:18   comments (2)