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the welly (reported earlier) has moved. it was on a wall. but now it is on a parking meter across the pathway. if the welly is on a journey then i suggest it would make better progress at floor level.
i would love to have seen the jump it made from the wall (which is behind where the photos were taken).
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In my half sleep I remembered this up for the first time:
There are none so blind as those that can’t see. Makes you think yes ?
Blind Photography should make you think even more …

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there’s always something strange going on in the local charity shop. particularly the people that work there. last week it was a man dressed as a woman (proper like, not your fancy dress type thing). conversation which i overheard implied he was one of your actual transvestites. i digress. today when i went in there was a lady wearing a face mask in the anti-sars style. though she may be the one laughing in 10 days times. or maybe it’s her that is infectious and she wants to protect the rest of us …

just saw a bloke sitting on the floor wearing walking boots on his hands (as well as his feet). Maybe it’s a new fashion thing. Personally I have no opinion on the whole ‘boots as gloves’ concept. I would have taken a photo. But it seemed a bit rude. Whitfield Street isn’t a cat-walk you know.

Seen on the way to work:

  • black hat left at station on a bench
  • pink bonnet left on the slow train to london
  • three elastic bands in the street (can’t be more specific)
  • welly on a wall on the way to work (see picture)

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everything has a story.

i only have the pictures

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[funkypancake] has a lust and zeal for life and all its quirks that those with far fewer worries in the world could be quite jealous of. From the mundane to the mad, the interesting to the absurd, [he] captures moments and objects that few of us ever notice ... and perhaps don't need to.
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