Monthly Archives: June 2013

Squaring The Edge

A book I’m reading begins with a quote from GK Chesterton : Art consists of limitations. The most beautiful part of every picture is the frame. The framing of one’s experience is key, the story is all in the telling. … Continue reading

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Sattelite

Oxford Circus at peak hour. B and I shopping after months of abstinence – one shop too many or an evening’s hunting yet to come, either way in the silent standoff and its resulting slippage we lost each other and … Continue reading

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Northern Ports

The narrow boat last week came together with a very convivial host who a couple of years ago realised he needed something other than work to keep his life moving, now commuting from wherever he’s moored to work in Manchester. … Continue reading

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