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the rhythm of thyme….
Monotony has a way of reducing dreams to ashes. We need a change from the monotone. an arrhythmic interval such as is provided by the warm rain falling on my bare feet, which protrude from beneath the awning, as I … Continue reading
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Bring back the birch…..
Mr Hockney’s recent paintings have had me wandering the forests like a very aged Hansel searching in vain for the Gingerbread House but without his clear vision of a quarry. I think I’m looking too hard. In film making it … Continue reading