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Remainders


As a writer I find remainder shops very sad ... some author's passion and work in the junk pile of cheap books.  As a photographer this frame at D'arcy's  makes me feel the same way.

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  1. I know what you mean.
    I feel that way when I see someone's embroidery work at the op shop.
    All that work and just discarded.

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  2. That is a good comparison Letty. I know how many hours go into the embroidery ... having done quite a lot of it myself when younger.

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