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Thursday, 24 December 2009

Kenwood: June 29, 1967.


A slight variation from THIS sequence (the photographer has moved a bit), and what I reckon was one of the final photos taken on June 29, 1967.
Blog activity will be much reduced next year due to the demands of reality, which was largely avoided this year. However, comments and contributions to the header email address will be welcome as usual, and there are at least a couple of interesting things in the offing; the long promised 3D reconstruction of the sunroom is nearing completion, and there should be some footage of Kenwood dating from the 1980s on the way too. Doubtless other stuff will arise in the course of time.
In the spirit of the above pic, I too intend to remain prone as the Yule grinds its way to a climax, and so, until next time, whenever that is - Season's Gratings to ye all.

2 comments:

  1. Regarding Blog activity - you gave us all a lot with this blog and for that I want to thank you once again. I wish you good luck meeting the "demands of reality"!

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  2. Thanks Ken - the blog will stagger on, but just at a reduced rate.

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