Friday, February 17, 2006

Jaguar, blackbirds, children

A woman manouvres a sleek Jaguar down Little Mount Sion. The registration begins with SHY.

For the first time this year, two blackbirds sing their full-throated song (as distinct from the repeated warning cry, which we have heard through the winter).

In Morrisons there is a woman with four children, who seem to be between the ages of two and six. When all are altogether, you are aware that if you lined them up the angle of incline, from the smallest to the largest, would be about 35 degrees.

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