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Seen in an old barn at
Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk: a
pair of (restorable) armchairs,
left to their fate and the
comfort of cats. Suffolk is
stuffed with old barns, old
churches (some with fine
hammerbeam roofs, as in
Blythburgh and Grundisburgh),
old ghosts, old speech patterns,
old everything. The
time-honoured rural nature of Suffolk has survived because of its relative remoteness
from the rest of the country (no motorways) and its relative protection - as a
breadbasket - from the enduring consequences of the Thatcher years. Long may it
continue. I've yet to find a downside to living in Suffolk after 40-odd years of living in
London. I don't consider being a long way from an Ikea a bad thing, but apparently they
do make some nice chairs.
This is a two-shot panorama, as I wanted the door in the shot but couldn't get back far
enough with the lens I had on. The pair were joined in Photoshop's Photomerge function
and I've used a lot of very local contrast and brightness control.
Seen in an old barn at
Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk: a
pair of (restorable) armchairs,
left to their fate and the
comfort of cats. Suffolk is
stuffed with old barns, old
churches (some with fine
hammerbeam roofs, as in
Blythburgh and Grundisburgh),
old ghosts, old speech patterns,
old everything. The
time-honoured rural nature of Suffolk has survived because of its relative remoteness
from the rest of the country (no motorways) and its relative protection - as a
breadbasket - from the enduring consequences of the Thatcher years. Long may it
continue. I've yet to find a downside to living in Suffolk after 40-odd years of living in
London. I don't consider being a long way from an Ikea a bad thing, but apparently they
do make some nice chairs.
This is a two-shot panorama, as I wanted the door in the shot but couldn't get back far
enough with the lens I had on. The pair were joined in Photoshop's Photomerge function
and I've used a lot of very local contrast and brightness control.
Seen in an old barn at Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk: a pair of (restorable) armchairs, left
to their fate and the comfort of cats. Suffolk is stuffed with old barns, old churches
(some with fine hammerbeam roofs, as in Blythburgh and Grundisburgh), old ghosts, old
speech patterns, old everything. The time-honoured rural nature of Suffolk has survived
because of its relative remoteness from the rest of the country (no motorways) and its
relative protection - as a breadbasket - from the enduring consequences of the Thatcher
years. Long may it continue. I've yet to find a downside to living in Suffolk after 40-odd
years of living in London. I don't consider being a long way from an Ikea a bad thing, but
apparently they do make some nice chairs.
This is a two-shot panorama, as I wanted the door in the shot but couldn't get back far
enough with the lens I had on. The pair were joined in Photoshop's Photomerge function
and I've used a lot of very local contrast and brightness control.

The Fate of Chairs

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Seen in an old barn at Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk: a pair of (restorable) armchairs, left to their fate and the comfort of cats.  Suffolk is stuffed with old barns, old churches (some with fine hammerbeam roofs, as in Blythburgh and Grundisburgh), old ghosts, old speech patterns, old everything. The time-honoured rural nature of Suffolk has survived because of its relative remoteness from the rest of the country (no motorways) and its relative protection - as a breadbasket - from the enduring consequences of the Thatcher years.  Long may it continue. I've yet to find a downside to living in Suffolk after 40-odd years of living in London. I don't consider being a long way from an Ikea a bad thing, but apparently they do make some nice chairs.   
  
This is a two-shot panorama, as I wanted the door in the shot but couldn't get back far enough with the lens I had on. The pair were joined in Photoshop's Photomerge function and I've used a lot of very local contrast and brightness control. 
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