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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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That Bird Table In Slightly Less Detail

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Environments Project: Birdtable, Shaun Pickard, 1999, Concrete

For a slightly better idea of size.
13th Mar 2005, 19:06   comments (2)

Hare-Brained

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Large Nijinski Hare On Anvil Point, Barry Flanagan, 2001, Bronze

Another post reminded me of this, but I can't find it now.
13th Mar 2005, 19:02   comments (5)

PULL

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There's a man inside, made of ivy.
13th Mar 2005, 18:59   comments (4)

Tree-t

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The main support trunk has a poem carved into the back.
13th Mar 2005, 18:57   comments (0)

Public Call

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Wonderfully degraded.
13th Mar 2005, 18:55   comments (0)

Bricks

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The sun was quite strong at times, but didn't really have that special quality that makes photos sparkle. Oh well.
13th Mar 2005, 18:52   comments (16)

Refresh

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Almost a year ago I took a couple of posts on bits of the Sculpture Park, and I thought it would be nice to revisit them at a higher resolution.
13th Mar 2005, 18:47   comments (2)

Congratulations!

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M'main man chrisfl went and got himself married yesterday.

Many congratulations, Chris and Rachel! I won't be expecting too many moblog updates from you for a while...
13th Mar 2005, 18:35   comments (0)