Ed Crane

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Dreaming of a Grey Christmas

Despite my apartment having a four-metre wide window facing south I’m still struggling to see the letters on the keyboard. It feels like it’s been...
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Black and White Survival.

Part of the view from my lounge window
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Invisible

Image from commons.wikimedia: Invisibility
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All That Glitters

I posted this on ABC in July 2014. It make me so sad to have to post it again. Nothing's changed except the TV is now 4K
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5 a.m.

Photo by me
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190 of my comments have received 199 Great Feedback votes

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You might want to clear this with Insert

Posted on Sat, 06 May 2023

but you can post the the photo on wiki about Diana  providing you attribute it to the owner and a link tothe licence.

here is the link to wiki commons explaining it:

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Posted in Princess Diana. Part Three.

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An excellent synopsis, David

Posted on Tue, 02 May 2023

I really like your description of Lavrov. An Orwellian if ever there was one!

2+2=5, War is Peace, Ingorance is strength, Freedom is Slavery and all that!

Hilary Clinton said he was an asshole. I guess she was being polite. 

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Posted in Putinpot’s May Day! : Atonement! By Alfred N.Muggins

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Hi Rhia. No the tubes are their droppings

Posted on Sun, 30 Apr 2023

I tried to send you a link but it's too long. Google Privet Hawk droppoings and you'll see what I mean.

I guess our teachers taught the same stuff, but I was always fascinated by insects in particular, ants, beetles, Moths/Butterflies ect...

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Posted in Hunting the Sphinx ligustri

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I guess you must miss the Almond blossom in Andalusia

Posted on Fri, 28 Apr 2023

My friend, Maria told me about how beautiful they are. She said they were disappearing though. We talked about going, but it's a long way from the Canaries where we lived at that time. 

 

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Posted in Hawthorn

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I doubt you are a snob since you asked the question

Posted on Mon, 24 Apr 2023

Maybe you just have good taste.

I had Red Robin in the garden but as a stand alone shrub not a hedge. I prefer wooden fences with plants growing in them.

PVC is awful and impractical and doesn't last very long, but a third of the...

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Posted in Am I a Snob?

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Thanks a lot doni

Posted on Wed, 12 Apr 2023

And congrats on your gold. It's good work, makes me laugh. The quality of your writing is terrific.

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Posted in Waiting for the Flyers - Part 10 Memories

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This is good stuff

Posted on Wed, 12 Apr 2023

Did I read you play a guitar?

Anyway when I read this I find myself trying to make up a tune to sing to it. 

I like this very much

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Posted in Over The Bones

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When you have an Empire based on Feudalism lasting

Posted on Sun, 09 Apr 2023

500 years longer than most of the rest of Europe . . .  What else do you expect to happen?

It's not just Putin who is dangerous. It's the whole of Russian history. There is much to do there.

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Posted in Putin’s Blessing on the Old Soviet Union : An Anti Alternative View of Easter In Ukraine and Russia by Alfred N.Muggins

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Thanks Rhia

Posted on Sun, 09 Apr 2023

The photo is from Wiki.

When I lived down in Kent as a kid we sometimes went to the woodland to see them. Back then Mum and Nan were allowed to pick a few bulbs for the garden. They would grow but they were never the same. It didn't seem...

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Posted in Bluebell Woods

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Are you sure you believe this, David?

Posted on Sat, 08 Apr 2023

All can be forgiven,

For every day is a new day,

And we are all in this struggle together.

No one is perfect,

But we all need each other.

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Posted in Easter : A Prayer For The Future by Alfred N.Muggins

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