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Sunsets, BBs at Bressingham, B17 Crash Sites and a Study of Pheasant Feathers - 11th December 2005

A roundup of some weekend miscellany: the Saturday food-gathering session and quick amble around for some more photos of Diss, whereupon Nosher discovers a strange hallowe'en mask on a stick and Peter "The Rev" Allen roaming around. There's then several shots of a sunset in various phases and from various locations on the back lanes back from Ipswich on Saturday (I'd rather do 50mph in the lanes than be stupidly limited to 50mph by the Nanny State on the A140...). There's then a few scenes from a BBs gig at Bressingham (featuring some fun technical gremlins), a bit of late-autumn colour and finally a donation from The Boy Phil - a couple of pheasants (otherwise known as Phuzzies) are offered, so there follows a study of pheasant feathers, the owners of which end up hanging in my shower cubicle (as it gets chilly with the door closed and the cats can't get to them). Pheasants, the world's dimmest bird: they're thick and feathery...

next album: Plymouth by Night - 17th December 2005
previous album: Postmodern Alienation: Bleak House - 3rd December 2005

In the alleyway behind Browne's the butchers in Diss, a hallowe'en mask on a stick

Peter Allen wanders about the Market Place in Diss

Market traders, including the 'potato people' and Greenwood's Apples

A guy selling eggs

Late autumn hedge, Witnesham, near Ipswich

Sunset near Ashbocking, Suffolk

Sunset near Ashbocking, Suffolk

A parhelion (at least I think it is) - a false sun (or sun dog) near Debenham, Suffolk

A close-up of a parhelion, taken near Debenham, Suffolk

Sunset and the stupid christmas-tree Mendlesham Mast (whose lights can be seen from the other side of Bury St Edmunds, nearly 30 miles away), taken near Occold, Suffolk

Lonely tree, Occold, Suffolk

Moonlight and clouds

The lonely tree again

Setting up at Bressingham Village Hall, Norfolk

Jo on stage. Rob fiddles with a monitor

Rob scratches his head - view across Henry's drumkit

Henry surveys the scene

Barely 300 metres up the road from Nosher's house: the scene of a B-17 crash in WW2 is marked, dedicated to the crew of the 'Finger M - Mike'

Late autumn gold, near Marc and Sue's, Brome, Suffolk

Some knobwit w*nker has dumped a load of paint pots by the road near the A140.

One of Nosher's singwriting efforts: a mural on the wall of the Swan Inn's outbuilding (the Complex)

Hanging on the door of Valley Farm are two braces of Pheasant

Twilight trees, Thrandeston, Suffolk

Studies of Pheasant plumage: male

Pheasant male wing

Pheasant female wing

Pheasant female breast feathers

more male phuzzy wing feathers

A brace of pheastants hang in the only cat-proof place in the house: the shower cubicle

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In the alleyway behind Browne's the butchers in Diss, a hallowe'en mask on a stick