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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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I've been meaning to get these shots for ages. Ages. Could a friendly mod rotate them clockwise, please?
25th Jul 2005, 07:49  

alexis says:

a skylight, over the shower? awesome. (and, lucky!)
shots kinda look neat the angle they're at. though. It makes me think hospital bed. : \\ (the bad kind, that has really bright lights for inspecting things, not the good nursery sort. )
either way. neat. : D

25th Jul 2005, 07:54

Helen says:



25th Jul 2005, 07:55

Helen says:

Maybe you should have asked an unfriendly mod to rotate these? Or maybe they have been rotated so often throughout the day, by the numerous friendly mods, that they have spun right around a few times?

25th Jul 2005, 18:10

Helen says:

[Shrugs.] I can't remember if this is the way they were at 7.50am or not. It was a long time ago...

(Actually, I don't think so.)

25th Jul 2005, 19:29

neel says:

Early. Yes: had to be at work for 8:30am to open the shop. Actually earlier because I needed to have breakfast there.

Every morning for the last month I've looked up at that skylight (small, but very bright (not so bright today, since it was overcast, but that turned out to be a good thing since it came out very bright anyway)), and the shower curtain (very plastic-y shiny), and thought, "what a great moblog opportunity". And then I gave it a shot this morning, and it took much longer to capture than it should have done.

This is now correct rotation: thankyou mods, friendly and otherwise.

25th Jul 2005, 23:30

Helen says:

So it needed a little more nudging. Maybe the gifted h4nne5 will develop the perpetually rotating picture next.

I have decided that:



Is a poem. It is the best thing that I have ever written at 7.55am.

25th Jul 2005, 23:40