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August Miscellany: Cat-up-a-Tree and the Kingston Arms - 27th August 2007

The cat runs up its favourite tree, so Nosher gets the camera out again, but this time tries a bit of fill-in flash, with some dramatic results. Then, there's a session of folk music up the Kingston Arms on Kingston Street in Cambridge.

next album: Janet's 40th, The Depot, Cambridge - 1st September 2007
previous album: A Picnic on Wortham Ling, Suffolk - 26th August 2007

A nets of stainless-steel bowls

At work, a million hard drives arrive, ready for installation

Cat-up-a-tree: Soph-bags runs up an ornamental cherry tree

Nosher's new shed arrives in bits

The shed nears completion

On Cambridge Science Park, a crane is constructed

An interestingly-enhanced bike

Iz reads something in the Kingston Arms

Getting down, folk style

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A nets of stainless-steel bowls