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Wot-a-Crop-a!

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38 (very large) apples off our little tree this year.

We've been busy making all sorts of goodies with them this afternoon but what's the best way to preserve apples whole, for eating?
3rd Oct 2009, 18:43   comments (7)

Chair-torture

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Anja being "consumed" by an 8,500 dollar massage chair while we waited for our photo's to be developed in Harvey Norman.
It grabs your arms and legs (she's pulled her arms out of the vice-like grip in the armrests) and rolls four miniature bowling balls up and down your spine for twenty minutes.
3rd Oct 2009, 10:15   comments (6)

BFPO under threat!

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I've been asked to pass this on.
If you are a British citizen, resident or Expat please visit the website and sign in.

Thank you.

Though we all understand that defence cuts are to be made, this is an
area which affects the families in particular. The BFPO system is the
mechanism whereby post is received by our serving soldiers and their
families abroad at a postal address recognised as being part of this
country, no matter where in the world they are serving, even in war
zones.
Amongst other things this disenfranchises them if they are postal v
others; some credit card providers will not send cards abroad (M&S; for
example) whereas they will to a BFPO address; it may affect their
ability to let their house whilst posted abroad, or away from home; it
may take away their tax advantages such as being able to have an ISA20
whilst posted abroad. It will affect Open University students who have
a BFPO address as they will be charged higher fees; it will potentially
effect children of serving soldiers when they go to University, as they
may not be eligible for student loans/fees to be paid, and will be
charged higher fees as they live abroad. They will also be charged
different rates for subscriptions etc as they will now have to come via
local mail, and not the UK mail.
Thanks for supporting our soldiers and their families in this way.
Please click on this link if you would like to sign the
petition

I hope you will be able to join this campaign

Yours

Viscount De L'Isle MBE DL

2nd Oct 2009, 13:55   comments (10)

How cool is this?!

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I larfed!
2nd Oct 2009, 11:41   comments (5)

A bit of Clydebank history.

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This 100 year-old warehouse is being pulled down in January for flats.
It's somewhere I've been fascinated with for the last 7 years.
Got permission from the site manager to take some shots, last time I wandered round there with a camera they thought I was some kind of industrial spy!
I'll be sending some of these, and others like them to the company next week, see if they're interested in doing anything with them.
30th Sep 2009, 16:18   comments (5)

Mock-up

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Something I'm considering getting done on 3 canvasses.
It's from a photo of that Banksey Artwork in the Waterloo underpass a couple of years ago.
29th Sep 2009, 20:18   comments (1)

"Inside Australia" (the movie)

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Antony Gormley's mega-art installation on Lake Ballard, WA.
26th Sep 2009, 21:44   comments (8)

Mini-Mines!

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This tiltshift thing is fantastic!!

Linky
26th Sep 2009, 18:39   comments (6)