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Inside the light maze

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Inside the light maze

The why phase

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Don’t touch the sharp knives, Barney. Why? Because they’ve got sharp blades on them. Why? So they can cut things. Why? To make them smaller. Why? That makes things easier to cook. Why? Because small pieces of food cook faster. Why? It’s something to do with conductivity, I think, but I can’t remember all the […]

Spinning thing

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Spinning thing

Fireworks

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Very pleased with how this one turned out. Taken with a Canon A95 on “Fireworks” mode.

Fireworks

They turfed the street

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For one day only, the busiest street in town was turfed. Instead of dodging traffic, we doubled down on picnics. This is little B running backwards and forwards in a place where normally there’d be endless cars going up and down.

They turfed the street

Dad and lad

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Dad and lad

Bandwidth anxiety

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My wireless router died. I tried resetting it. I checked to see if there’d been a power cut (apparently not). I tried everything I could think of, but the router was dead. Networkless, I felt detached. Anxious as to how I’d get my work done (I’m one of those people who checks facts as he […]

Buttercups on Solsbury Hill

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Buttercups on Solsbury Hill

Taking two toddlers for a walk: a case study

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1050: I warn the two boys, who are busy fighting over who should play with which toy train, that we will soon be going to the playground, and that I wish to leave by 1100 sharp. They ignore me. 1053: Succeed in putting A’s shoes on. 1054: Put my shoes on. 1058: Convince B to […]