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  • Yesterday, Yesteryear

    In short, timelessness or - perhaps - a willing suspension of time.

    The green window (through the neighboring ruin's front door)

    The way it was (and still is, some places)

    Bolus Head Farmstead (re-occupied at some point after the famine)

    September evening (the absence of time)


    John
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    Re: Yesterday, Yesteryear

    Those rock walled pastures are incredible, give me a sense of toil and isolation, but practical function, too.
    http://technopeasant.org

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      Re: Yesterday, Yesteryear

      That was a great illustration of time standing still!! Absolutely lovely shots.

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        Re: Yesterday, Yesteryear

        Originally posted by Stewart G View Post
        Those rock walled pastures are incredible, give me a sense of toil and isolation, but practical function, too.
        There's more to them than meets the eye; their seemingly random pattern actually follows the lay of the land and its drainage (an ever-present struggle in this country) to the purpose of keeping what little topsoil there is from being washed away . . . and from another aspect here's something I noted a few months ago:




        John
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          Re: Yesterday, Yesteryear

          Originally posted by JohnI View Post
          There's more to them than meets the eye; their seemingly random pattern actually follows the lay of the land and its drainage (an ever-present struggle in this country) to the purpose of keeping what little topsoil there is from being washed away . . . and from another aspect here's something I noted a few months ago:




          John
          Glorious images John and a beautiful quote. Lovely to see.

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            Re: Yesterday, Yesteryear

            The shot of the field system and farmstead is wonderfully atmospheric.
            John

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