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Monday, May 06, 2013

HEPTONSTALL SHADOWS: John Billingsley: Sunday 5th May 2013

*This is a continuation of Last Wednesday's post*

One of the nicest things about Heptonstall is that ,unlike Haworth & it's Bronte Sisters up the road,it has never become a tourist trap.Not a single "Yea Olde Sylvia Plathie Tearooms" in sight!
 If your around Calderdale this year..& you fancy a nosey & an excuse to stretch yer legs, this is Calderdale Heritage Walks;s schedule......

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HEPTONSTALL SHADOWS:John Billingsley:Sunday 5th May 2013
My Thanks to John Billingsley for the day's splendid walk&talk.

A composition of abstract images and excerpts from the poem 'Daddy'by Sylvia Plath.
A celebration to life, love, reincarnation and evolvement. love conquers all. even death.
*This is a continuation of Last Wednesday's post*

3 comments:

Brian Miller said...

great choice of music...enjoyed the tour...the broken grave...we need traffic lights sign...jumped out at me that sequence...

Dominic Rivron said...

You got me wondering about local businesses jumping on the Sylvia Plath bandwagon (a la the Brontes). Why not? "Sylvia's" mincabs, etc.

tony said...

I Could Murder A Juicy Plathbuger+chips!