Ed Crane

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AARON’S WORLD: Part 1

A tongue-in-cheek story about an over populated technological world in two parts (updated from a previous post) ------ Ouroboros symbol from Wiki Commons
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Waiting for the Flyers. Pt 12 Rifts

Problems on the horizon (picking up after a bit of a break)
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Somewhere Outside Cherbourg

The Potato Planters by Jean-François Millet 1861 from Wiki commons

Smart-World

Come in and enjoy our clean organised lifestyle (short though it may be)
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Hunting the Sphinx ligustri

Photo of the Privet Hawk Caterpiller by Jeff DeLonge from Wiki Commons
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190 of my comments have received 199 Great Feedback votes

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Walking Willies taking over the World

Posted on Tue, 20 Sep 2022

Interesting thought, maybe it's happened already wink

this certainly is the year

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Posted in It's the year. . .

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don't have pounds will you take euros with her pic on them?

Posted on Wed, 14 Sep 2022

 

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Posted in Elizabeth Regina

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Wonderful poem about a wonderfully intelligent bird family

Posted on Sat, 03 Sep 2022

We have Jackdaws and Magpies in the garden. I like to watch the way the Jackdaws appear to respect the Maggies. The local cats so often the butt of the Magpies' jokes.

When I lived in East Anglia it was great to see the Rooks in packs...

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Posted in Knowing The Crows

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Thank you very much Di

Posted on Thu, 11 Aug 2022

My Beagle is nine and a half now. When the family chose a Beagle I was not too keen. I was/am a Labrador man.

My brother-in-law didn't understand why they chose a dog with its nose virtually permanently on the ground. However, there is...

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Posted in The Tip of a Fur Coated Iceberg

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Thanks Ewan

Posted on Thu, 11 Aug 2022

I have an iPhone but I don't use it for posting or editing. 

Microsoft in their wisdom downloaded four updates yesterday which my poor (getting tired) laptop struggled to install. Maybe something's gone squiffy. 

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Have had a problem with catcha when you edited? It happens 2me2

Posted on Wed, 10 Aug 2022

good poem capturing (no pun intended) a scary and annoying scene. Brought back memories of a similar incident when we were on holiday in the South of France some years back 

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Posted in Night Creatures

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Such a sad sight when trees are ripped from the ground

Posted on Tue, 09 Aug 2022

regardless of the reason, good or bad. I've had to cut a few trees down and also dispatch rabbits terribly sick with mixamatosis, the fact its the best solution doesn't help. This poem seems to me to illustrate that unease we feel.

Feeding...

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Posted in logging evidence of us

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Homo Sapiens - the most stupid species on earth

Posted on Wed, 03 Aug 2022

No other animal destroys its only means of survival.

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Posted in How ******* Stupid Can You Get?

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I used to think Nancy was alright cos she ran the moron ragged

Posted on Wed, 03 Aug 2022

but now she's just another geriatric politician feeding her ego. As you say dumb 

The World is run by geriatrics. Most of them are in their seventies or very late sixties. Some like Nancy and soon to be Biden are octogenerians. Don't get...

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I looked up Brain Dead on amazon prime

Posted on Wed, 03 Aug 2022

They came up with the ER series laugh

I read she might be trying to make a splash...

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