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I remember seeing on that Tony Hart programme, a prize-winning painting of the cooling towers at Brimsdown which utterly delighted me, then realising that it had been painted by someone at my school. I pointed it out to my mother who was utterly bemused as to why anyone should want to paint 'such ugly things.'Lovely picture this, too.
smiles. knowing you are home is a priceless thing for sure...good to have landmarks to let you know when you are getting close....
After the recent incident in Japan, I can so understand your mixed feelings. Thanks for playing along with the Sunday 160.
Interesting meme picture. I'm not sure I could have come up with something as delightful! Kudos to you.Ellie Garratt
wow!That says a lot for sure!For people who are on road for most of the time; small signals become great sings and even related to their day to day life!Haven't really gone many places.. but I sure do the same.. :)Weekend hugs xoxox
There used to be one solitary one near my home but it is gone now, replaced by a housing estate which is absolutely no good as a landmark at all, since it is down in a valley and invisible from afar.
Urban beauty is under appreciated.
We had a cooling tower just outside my city. I remember how sad I was when it was demolished - my drive home just isn't the same without it in my rear view mirror.It has been replaced by wind turbines, which I also think are beautiful, though - at the other end of the river.
Good, relatable write.
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