Friday, April 06, 2012

reflected architecture nest

Swans are hard to resist especially when reflected in the water where they swim.

"The need for good architecture," writes Alain de Botton in The Spectator "ultimately gets ignored because it isn't recognised for what it is: a mental health problem."

Talking about a nesting box in his garden, Bill says that this year it has been occupied by blue tits, which  have moved out, by bumble bees, which  have moved out and now by house sparrows which have thrown away the  lining material left by previous occupants before introducing their own. "They don't like other people's furniture."

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