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We're off to see the Aztecs ...

Had a kinda rough week last week and decided I needed to see some beauty to make up for it. So while R stayed home to study, we went to the British Museum Aztec exhibition. On the way, we strolled through Russell Square (my old lunch spot) and courted the tame squirrels you could feed by hand

Anyway, the exhibition was beautiful and alien though I have never seen so many vessels to hold sacrificed human hearts in my life.
17th Jan 2010, 16:01   comments (14)


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Come summer solstice, I'll be ready ...

- Taken at 4:34 PM on January 13, 2010 - uploaded by ShoZu
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Mother and Daughter

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Yeah, slushy old snow.

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- Taken at 11:24 AM on January 09, 2010 - uploaded by ShoZu
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Oh snow!

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- Taken at 9:19 PM on January 05, 2010 - uploaded by ShoZu
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Those were the hol.s they were

I love Christmas hol.s so much and these were the laziest I have ever had - reading, lego building, game playing and some idle gadding about.
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It's family wii night.

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- Taken at 7:30 PM on January 02, 2010 - uploaded by ShoZu
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First big decision of 2010.

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After the long dark year of the Edward Hopper calendar (2008) we hung a quality print Ansel Adams one (2009) and had sheer beauty for 12 months. The National Trust family organiser (2007) was just confusing and we quit that one early. It's a big decision.

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