That’s a nice extended alliteration up there.
I’m late, but I wasn’t at home for a week and had little time. I didn’t get a chance to take a photo of a factory, even. So one of my model wind/watermill photos will have to do. It’s a view into a sawmill. All the model mills in this exhibition were fully functional, it was marvellous.
Below is a papermill – unfortunately it’s very blurred:
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A mysterious hill
This week’s topic is Grass.
I have a lot of photos which show grass in various seasons, so the choice was difficult. I decided to go with two very similar hills in very different areas – in different countries, even. The above shows Silbury Hill near Avebury, in South England. You might think that it is just a grassy hill, but it is a bit of a mystery why it was formed and what its purpose was.
The Glauberg burial mound below is not as large as Silbury hill; yet it is quite impressive – and we know the purpose it served.
Both hills are covered with grass, and without any description, I’ll wager it is hard to tell the difference when you can only go by the photos provided here.
A Celtic burial mound
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View from London Monument
This week’s topic is Crane. Now, currently the cranes are crossing our town to fly to warmer quarters, as it’s gone really cold here.
However, they’re too high up–and moving–for me to get a nice shot of them (excuse the pun).
I remembered, though, that I had a photo of some cranes of the steel variety; taken from the Monument in London, after I had climbed up all those stairs (I even got a certificate on leaving).
The view was spectacular, so it was well worth the climb.
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One part of one of my book shelves.
I haven’t posted an FFF here for ages. I haven’t blogged for ages. However, when I saw this week’s FFF is Books I couldn’t resist. I’ve blogged about books on and off, and I’m not likely to stop.
I really couldn’t decide on a specific book cover, so I just took a photo of the back side of one of my book shelves (the front side is a little more orderly, as it contains all the encyclopedias.
I’m sorry this isn’t any clearer, but it is winter here and pitch black at 6pm – and the flash of my mobile phone doesn’t reach far.
Anyway, maybe you can see why I usually buy eBooks now (although I still buy paper books, too, and then I don’t know where to put them).
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