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Nature's art

Instead of a Fred Williams painting here is a little bit of art made by nature and a lawn mower. In the grounds of the gallery.


  1. What a pity that no photos were allowed in the gallery - I would loved to have seen some of his paintings! I'll console myself with the snake-line!

  2. What do you mean 'lawn mower'? Isn't that where a root of a tree is breaking the top-soil?

  3. Yes it is the root of the tree breaking the top-soil but the top of the root is smoothed down by the lawn mower.


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