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"Brick"glyph - Bexleyheath

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What a great way to spend an afternoon - navigating through places you've never been in search of what is then an incredibly innocuous spot somewhere in Bexleyheath.

- Taken at 15:05 PM on December 03, 2008 - cameraphone upload by ShoZu

Posted by Alfie

OJ says:

Heh. That's a modern interpretation of pebble.

I'd copy you but I fear that hanging around the edge of the M53 in Ellesmere Port with bricks is something the police around there are trained to watch out for.

I'm a bit sad there are no Welsh ones. It would have been a hell of an excuse to drag my bones up something in Snowdonia in a blizzard - and a hell of an explanation to give the mountain rescuers....

3rd Dec 2008, 21:15

Alfie says:

That's exactly what I was going for OJ, how much more modern a sort of rock can one get other than a brick?

Im a bit sad there are no Welsh one's either, the closest I could get in the design was just outside of Cardiff. I can actually totally picture you taking a weekend join to Snowdonia just to do itl.

4th Dec 2008, 10:58

OJ says:

After I said that, I found one just between Newport and the Severn bridge...

If I get chance to head to Ellesmere Port with a breezeblock at the weekend, you'll see my contribution...

4th Dec 2008, 11:37