Looking down

Being quite an awkward bugger means I often spend time looking down. That isn’t always a bad thing as you can see things that others don’t necessarily see. Here are some examples of why the only way isn’t always up.

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A kelp forest
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The beach
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The Prom in Dunbar, with its cracks
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The floor in the Mitchell Library
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The Chapter House in York Minster
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The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge
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The early spring in Cambridge
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The tunnel at Easter Road, leading the way onto the turf with the names of the Famous Five
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