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The day after

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I like this for some reason.

And the bride brought a saw

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My brother and new sister in law cutting wood together outside the registry office. It symbolises their first work together as a married couple. The other photos are self explanatory.

The big day

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Little brother suited and booted and ready to walk to the Rathaus for the wedding. I could burst with pride.

Kleingartenverein

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Ribbons of what look, from a distance, like allotments seem to run along railway lines and rivers, in this part of Germany at least. They are much more manicured though- lawns, summer houses and patios abound. Some seem to be in private ownership. I feel a new obsession coming on. Run blog number two. . . Perhaps I should start tagging jogblog.

Small town exposure

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Not necessarily representative but the buildings which are missing a bit of surface tend to catch the eye.
22nd May 2009, 23:51   | tags:,comments (4)

See saw

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So the idea of this double portrait was that I took a picture of her then passed the camera to take one of me. I hadn't counted on my sister's unerring ability to crack me up. Funny woman.
22nd May 2009, 23:38   | tags:,,comments (5)

Confetti

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Clearing out my memory cards ahead of my brother's wedding this weekend -
and getting sidetracked by photos we took of two of my friends at their
Civil Partnership last summer. This is just a random one I picked for the
steadying hand.

The yellow curtains

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In which little happens. But watch long enough and the scenery moves. I noticed that Charlotte Perkins Gilman's The Yellow Wallpaper was on promotion in Waterstones window this week. That surprised me. Call this a tribute.