Crowds by the Cherry Tree – Women’s Tour of Yorkshire — racing lines…

Hello! It’s been a bit hectic the past week or so with Open Studios and other bits and pieces, so I’m still working through some highlights from the remaining stages of this year’s Tour de Yorkshire. This piece was from the Women’s race, on the final stage – showing the crowds waving the peloton by. […]

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Book sniffing note: Slanguage, by Bernard Share — Sesquiotica

Look, I don’t think I’m weird about this. I really don’t. I think lots of you sniff your books. And probably other people’s too. The way books smell matters. The cheap hard white academic institutional paper of tenure books and reheated dissertations has a smell that tells you from the beginning that you will learn a […]

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The fate of the popular pub on the A46 near Lincoln has been decided — News Archives Uk

The fate of the popular pub on the A46 near Lincoln was decided after the West Lindsey District Council rejected plans to convert it into apartments. Rob Wilkinson submitted proposals for the former Brown Cow Inn in Nettleham, which would have led to eight new houses on the site. The outline documents showed designs for…

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300-Year-Old Farmhouse | Germany — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Robert Mertl is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. From the ‘An Old Farmhouse’ series. To see Robert’s body of work, click on any photograph. Schwarzer House, Grassemann, Germany. Built in 1698. All images © Robert Mertl […]

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It’s Royal… Baby!

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