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Alongside St Paul’s Cathedral, London, March 2021

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 22 August 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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  1. I like that sign/sculpture. And the two gents you framed like that. “Meet” was exactly what I did this weekend. For the first time since the dreaded COVID we’ve been away. We met a lot of old friends and new people and besides the fact that we all were vaccinated and had to go test at intervals it was close to what it used to be. The band on Saturday night (open air) sucked, and I have my suspicions that that was done on purpose (hardly anybody danced!) 🙂 So here is my link, in case the pingback doesn’t work:


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