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I Hoped For Divine Light But Got Sun At Beckford's Tower, Bath

10-02-2007 · Comments (16)
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OK, that's it......I'm done, work over! That really was the oddest day in many a year. Funny when you have seen it coming on and off for years and obviously I have known for sure for a month and yet it still feels like you have had your legs pulled from under you. A sad day and quite upsetting even though I am trying to be positive about the future. If the truth be known I am a lazy SOB who rarely ventures outside his comfort zone.....if life is OK I stay put. I guess the trouble is with being like that is stuff passes you by you spend 35 years thinking about what you would like to do and suddenly platform shoes and loons are unfashionable. That reminds me I really must clear out that wardrobe! But onward and upward I have much to be thankful for, and that is the last I shall say on the subject of my previous employ....I think!

More snow today....I think it is messing with my head....melted before I left work again. I'll tell ya I'm ready if it happens again....all cameras loaded. The sad thing is three others and myself Phil, Mike and James were supposed to be off on a boys day out but the weather has conspired against us...I think I had a few things to say about the British weather yesterday so nuff said about that! No doubt we will be able to re-arrange soonish!

OK guys it's that Photobloggies time of year, there are categories to excite all of you. It doesn't matter who you vote for but vote! I'm not sure if it's the law but if it's not it should be. So get voting. Don't delay just do it today! you have until 15th February, the clock is a ticking!

OK today's photo is another from my series taken at the Victorian cemetery that adjoins Beckford's Tower. Completed in 1827 from a design by Henry Edmund Goodridge for William Beckford (1760-1844). For all the information on the tower just follow the link back there. If you are interested in it's location then here is a link to a map.

Listening to: "That's All It Took" (G.P. / Grievous Angel) - Gram Parsons

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