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Tag Archives: old
1st December 2013 – blankets
Old and unwanted, they take on a new life. Wrapped around a family of worms, to keep their home warm for the winter. One woman’s trash is their gold.
6th August 2013 – street organ
Painted in bright colours, it draws in young and old. As the handle is turned, it reads familiar tunes from punched cardboard strips. A group of tiny wooden morris men dance, play and drink to entertain the crowds.
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16th April 2013 – new build
As I pass it, I see the web of scaffolding ensnaring the promise of new lives within their red brick, rendered walls. Yet next door sit two old stone cottages. Their windows are boarded up, their facades crumbling and neglected. … Continue reading
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