This is my first entry in a Thursday Special. I’m not entirely sure I’ve done justice to the philosophical principles of “deconstruction”, but here it is.
I’m starting to think about packing for our upcoming holiday, so I “deconstructed” one of my outfits.
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Dear Fellow Road User,
I’m more than happy to share the road with you and your push bike … as long as you obey the road rules too.
But when you come flying round the corner on the wrong side of the road and without a helmet, don’t look so surprised when I give you a filthy look. You’re lucky you didn’t get a ride in an ambulance … or a hearse. On most other days I’d have already been all the way over to the left ready to turn the corner and you’d have become my new bonnet emblem.
Don’t be in such a hurry to die.
Moths and butterflies love these lovely, pastel flowers.
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this week’s travel them from Ailsa.
Lovely little Rupert had fun at the playground on his recent visit.
Thanks to Jennifer for this week’s challenge.
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This week’s challenge from The Daily Post is to post a photo of something narrow.
This road in Cornwall was narrow – but still just wide enough for a car to pass a large piece of machinery.
See more of our travels at Flying Goannas.
It’s very unusual for us to get rain at this time of year. But we’ve had lots of it over the last few days. Even the wind chime is dripping in detail.
Posted in response to the DP Weekly Photo Challenge.
The Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge was almost a bridge too far for me. It was cold, wet and windy. And a long way down. But I figured I might never be there again so I made myself do it.
Don’t let your fears stop you having a new experience.
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