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Vertiginous

The Shard, London, March 2012 (above) and September 2018 (below


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Thanks to everyone who brought us something ugly last week. Special thanks go to Carol for showing us ugly converted into beauty in many ways; to Dawn for her gentle goodbye to ugliness; to Sandy for a great title and some wonderful uglies; and to Elke for showing the ugliness of not taking care of our environment.

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 7 March 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

52 replies »

  1. Hmmm, not the most attractive thing I’ve ever seen, especially as it’s so much larger than everything around it. I wasn’t sure what I would have for this, although something from Yosemite seemed like the best choice. If I’d taken a camera with me when I had to get on the roof of our two-story house in Ohio, that would have worked, but I’d never have felt comfortable doing that. Instead I’m going with a bit of whimsy from the WNDR Museum in Chicago.

    https://sustainabilitea.wordpress.com/2021/03/07/vertiginous/

    janet

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