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Jeremy Day
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Comics creator, gardener, onliner
Comics creator, gardener, onliner

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surreal follower suggestions
I kind of know why I was suggested this account to follow. But it still raised an eyebrow when the suggestion came: Particularly when the bio stated firmly " For UK farmers/professionals (e.g. vets) only.".  But, they're promoting their account (fair enough...
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it's another interstitial garden
The new under-over bridge corridor linking the two halves of the Royal Academy has revealed something I never saw before, just a glimpse from high windows. Hello, courtyard garden, porous paving, interstitial greenspace: Is it staff only? or another bit of ...
it's another interstitial garden
it's another interstitial garden
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shed next
One shed, two shed Red shed Blue shed I need a shed for the allotment; so I can keep tools in it, and sit in it maybe, too, when it rains. But all the sheds I find look wrong for an allotment, somehow. Too or too crap. I need a sturdy, second-hand thing rea...
shed next
shed next
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welcome to the world of barbie
All the subtle flowers have died in the drought. Only the brashest remain.
welcome to the world of barbie
welcome to the world of barbie
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green-roof bikesheds off Abingdon Road
I got bored, on my diverted commute, of powering up Abingdon Road, and switched across to the backstreets instead. It was there that I found the first of the green-roof bikesheds of Abingdon Road. They had a design consistency about them, as if there had be...
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oh, do not cut it....
I am going to replace my last lawn as soon as the weather is good for establishing new plants. It is a tokenistic 1.5m square just outside my front door that is used mostly for tom-cat calling card turds, but this year the two nests in the front garden mean...
oh, do not cut it....
oh, do not cut it....
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meanwhile, in my mother-in-law's garden....
Does anyone know what the heck this plant is? Apart from dying in the dry like every single other freshly-planted plant this year.....
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the rising green tide covers the concrete garden
I'm still on break from the urban greenwave series; it's just too hot. That said, this image series (produced to promote our gig last weekend) is engaging with one of the future urban greenwave items which is vegetation mats, in this case provided by a risi...
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life on the post-GDPR internet
Ever since GDPR landed, there has been an explosion of websites with full-page privacy flashes on the way in, redirects to unescapable permissions pages and from some providers, denial pages, either subtle (cookie-enforced trap-pages that cannot be passed),...
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in praise of cow parsley
Fluffy, frothy, fresh. You can tell I took these photos back before it stopped raining. Cow parsley was the constant companion of my childhood village summers. Let it into your garden and it will take over, like jack-in-the-hedge or Alkanets, if it likes th...
in praise of cow parsley
in praise of cow parsley
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