Pure

Pure wool, fine-knitted ladies' vest 1700s at the V&A
Pure wool, fine-knitted ladies’ vest 1700s at the V&A

 

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Series of photos of my book-binding © Southampton Old Lady
Series of photos of my book-binding © Southampton Old Lady
pure white rope
pure white rope
Room for pure thoughts
Room for pure thoughts
The Three Graces by Southampton Victorian sculptor Richard Cockle Lucas
The Three Graces by Southampton Victorian sculptor Richard Cockle Lucas
Unused White Star Line plate for 2nd class passengers of The Titanic
Unused White Star Line plate for 2nd class passengers of The Titanic
Pure and simple design
Pure and simple design

 

Pure light
Pure light
pure water
pure water

In response the weekly WordPress photo challenge: PURE

 

 

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16 thoughts on “Pure

    • I took a ‘City & Guilds’ course about three years ago. Most of my life I was a graphic designer and really enjoyed it until I was on the computer all the time. I realised I missed cutting up paper and sticking things – it really helped with my recovery.

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  1. I, too, love the feel of paper and the thought that something so delicate could come from a tree. There’s almost a mystical quality about it. What a fascinating art to do book binding! You’re full of surprises 🙂

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