Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Carpenter’s Labyrinth

THE CARPENTER’S LABYRINTH Musical language of wood: plane and saw and feather router chamfer sand dovetail mortice tenon mitre battens joists branders dooblins hangers midrails transomes astragals scrolls stringers winders scribe splice bullnose apron plate at night the joiner sleeps … Continue reading

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Loch Ryan

As the long waves roar caress the endless strand turn over shingle sifted fine as sand the age-old thoughts now pace the boundary that narrows out where land and sea merge in milky watercolour for the first time finding sized … Continue reading

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