16 thoughts on “Bits and bobs and odds and ends

  1. So much depends on the green wheelbarrow
    Not glazed with rain water
    Beside the brown chicken.

    That photo just reminded me so much of “The Red Wheelbarrow” that I just had to butcher William Carlos Williams for you. πŸ˜‰


      1. During my first day of college orientation, one of the professors read that William Carlos Williams poem and it seemed odd. Now I see it as a great piece of imagery. And now the imagery has come to life in your photo!

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    1. It’s in the eye of the beholder, after all.
      The most ordinary and mundane has interest if not always beauty.
      I enjoy simply clicking away and the surprise of uploading. Sometimes you never know you’ll find.

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      1. Photograpy can be like Christmas everday and unwrapping presents when you get back to the PC to see excactly what you have. It is for me, anyhow, cause like you say, you never know what you’ll find πŸ™‚

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  2. The white-eyes here love your apple-in-a-hanging-basket idea; they now go bananas over my white-bread-squashed-in (instead of the apple) variant.

    Apples now get speared onto an old TV antenna modified to accommodate them (half-peeled); the sparrows join in and everyone is happy.

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      1. Ah, so that’s where you are… I’ve only visited the airport there, back in 2012. I’ll have to write about it soon. I really wanted to get out and explore the country, but that will have to wait.

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