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Gosh Lucy - you are up early! Like The Bijke. It reminds me of a poem by Norman NcCaig - do you know it? Can't remember the title but it is about a hind's skeleton on one loch beach and a wrecked boat on another and how they come to resemble one another over the years so that finally they are indistinguishable. Thoughjt I would mention poetry as it is National Poetry Day today! Have a nice day.
Sorry about the mis-spelling of bike - have made it sound Icelandic (not a nice association at the moment with the credit cruch!
Something like rust to rust is called for. Great picture.
Hello, Weaver of Grass - your comment on the picture of the WALL reminded me I didn't say that I looked up the McCaig poem.It's one I heard a few years back and then forgot - it was good to be re-introduced.(I found it on the internet so I hope I read the whole thing. Sometimes internet poems are truncated. Very irritating and misleading!)Lucy
Hermes . . . about the bike in the sea . . . I suppose one could just keep adding 'rust', rust to rust to rust to . . .Mind, I've been more impressed by its resilince so far than by its disintegration.I'm surprised anything of it is left.Lucy
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