Monthly Archives: January 2016

Preparing to Dash Through A Forest of Triffids

Thank you, John Wyndham, for the inspiration. Had I not read the works of the aforementioned, I would never have written Silent Apocalypse. Advertisements

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Wallpaper 219: The Drabness of an English Winter

And the beauty too – in a vaguely etherial way of course…

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Wallpaper 218: The Pot in the Window

Question: when you have a window this small, why would you want to block out what little light there is available with a whacking great pot? Answer: When it’s August in southern Spain.

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Wallpaper 217: Pastel Shades on a Grey Winter’s Day

Dinosaurs still roamed the Earth when these houses were built. That doesn’t stop their current owners lavishing them with really nice (and subtle) paint jobs.

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Battered Barns 14: Crumbling

Glad I don’t have anything valuable in this barn…

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Battered Barns 13: Two for the Price of One

This poor unfortunate land owner had two horrible outbuildings to contend with!

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Battered Barns 11: Ramshackle Farm

This leany-over barn has since been pulled down and the ground given over to lawn. The farmhouse through the trees has also been vastly renovated, and now looks gorgeous.

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