Sunday, 24 November 2013

I don't know what to make of this


  1. *Neither we..

    No dignity for anyone in this..

    *Best way to see it is, as a juvenile reaction to the arrogant architect led gentrification of the beach | Continuing competitive &, pointless removal of the comforting points of childhood reference for people. (Arrow points to one example of such )

    'As the good ol' mensche would say' - Echten Dialog mit Strand-und Jugend ..

  2. Yes, that's a good, sane, logical reading. But I find it more disturbing than that, with mythic/magic resonance. La mère, la mer, amère....

  3. ... thinking it may cause mild offence, I rescued it back towards a topographical reality ...

  4. Sehr gut

    ...That's the way to see it ...

  5. Suggesting that Dungeness Beach is not part of Kent at all but another count(r)y or world altogether - which feels correct, even if cartographically challenged.


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