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Friday, June 08, 2012

Stratford Past & Present - Landscaping



This area here was a flat, barren, desolate space. Using some of the soil from teh Olympics build, the area has been transformed. With a scattering of wild flower seeds, it is even quite pretty.

If you were expecting Jubilee photos, I apologise - I managed to book a holiday away before realising quite when. In the meantime, photos continue in my absence if Blogger behaves.

posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 3

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Anonymous Ben said ... (14:09) : 

Not expecting Jubilee photos - refreshing to have something a little different from them (though I did love the very damp and British jubilee, of course...)

 

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Anonymous AnKa said ... (18:53) : 

I really enjoy your Stratford series, as I'm living here too and it's fun to see what you discover. Where was this photo taken? Is it part of the Olympic park?

 

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