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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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)


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This is last Thursday: it started off really sunny, but the clouds kept closing in around us the further we went.
30th Mar 2005, 16:15   comments (2)

Catching Up

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Hmm. Some oddball problem with Outlook meant that I couldn't post over dialup-from-laptop over the easter weekend. So I've got a week's worth of stuff to sort through and stick up. Woo!

Expect lots of the cat.
30th Mar 2005, 16:05   comments (4)

Have I Possibly Gone Daffy?

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Looks like spring's really here.

I'm off home for a week, so all exciting moblog activity will have to be funnelled through a tiny trickle of dial-up. Have a great Easter, everyone!
24th Mar 2005, 13:16   comments (2)


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24th Mar 2005, 02:09   comments (2)

Obligatory Sepia Shot

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In some of the pics, sepia makes the raggedy trunk look mountainous.
22nd Mar 2005, 18:56   comments (4)

Branches Everywhere

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I'm still impressed by the panorama-stitching gubbins.
22nd Mar 2005, 18:53   comments (0)

Branching Out

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22nd Mar 2005, 18:48   comments (0)