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Mostly use Moblog as a means to getting the photos off my phone - which means it's mostly Bookcrossing.com wild releases, and pictures of my cats!

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Pueblo Ingles: a rainy welcome

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When we arrived in La Alberca for Pueblo Inglés, we were met with a very rainy welcome - home from home for the British Anglos, some might say!

My Halloween NSS pressie

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My delightful Halloween not-so-secret pressie, from Rebus5.

Mmmm chocolate and books... the way to a girl's heart!
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New job, new release zone. White City.

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Unusual Graffiti, Basingstoke

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Night release outside comet.

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Heart of the Comet, by David Brin. Because Comets are made of frozen ice, I wanted to leave this in a freezer in the middle of Comet, but just missed their closing time. Still - final water challenge release done!

Spend a penny

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Twopence to Cross the Mersey - outside a double urinal :p So, if you want to spend a penny twice, you've now got two options! Woooo....

And this is what happens when you release and run!

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I know, I know, this is a really rubbish picutre. It's *only* here to illustrate just how much those of us wild releasing are desperate to leave unnoticed, rather than hanging around to take photos!


This is The Hungry Tide, in The Lord Moon on the Mall pub. Moons/tides ... and it's awfully hard to find unique tide-related release locations. (And besides, the Moon Under Water appears to now be a Lloyd's Bar :( )

Club med - the delicate storm

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Having finished The Delicate Storm by Giles Blunt on my way onto work, I released it at lunchtime on the windowsill of the Club Med shop round the corner. I hope someone finds and journals this - I really enjoyed the book, and had originally planned to keep it!
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