Friday, July 29, 2005

Chinese box, Rastafarian, Ashdown Forest

An old and beautiful, Chinese laquered box - it's red and without ornamentation- to contain
the various electronic clutter, which remotely controls the tv etc.

"She's decided she's going to become a Rastafarian. She's researched everything thoroughly. She thinks it's a good thing. ..She's 29... I can't wait to see her dreadlocks". Overheard in the Pantiles.

From the junction of Little Mount Sion and Warwick Park you can see, between a gap in the houses, a distant view of Ashdown Forest - bluey-grey heathland, a contrast with the sunlit town and green common around us.

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