Work No. 358; DNA of the Goat-keeper Posted on April 8, 2009 by Michael St.Mark DNA of the Goat keeper ( Forest of Bowland ) Michael St.Mark, 2008 Some art is best left unexplained.. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Forest of Bowland…I know it well.
Great place to lose oneself (and a partner) on a 3-day backpacking trip PIP.
The FOB’s an undiscovered great escape from the madding crowd, esp this pressure cooker English Easter.
Why not join me there for a night of tent culture and a slap-up brekkie sometime?
( I’ll bring my dADa etchings with me for us to to study 😉 )
A blatent and rather tempting propositon!!!
Was wandering through woods near Scorton the other day….
The other week along Dunsop River and salmon ladders…
However…Chipping is marvellous!
x Where are you camping?……I would need a proper loo….(giggling a bit now)…
You want me to carry a Portaloo on my back the whole trip ?
Jesus H Christ I’ve bust many a thankless gut for women in the past, PIP… but that’s a wee beyond the pail 😉
Is that his DNA dabs all over his favourite corner ?…
He could bottle it and sell it as rust remover…
Thats funny ruby!!
Flippant and tawdry ruby’ ..but hey thats dAdA too !
.. and with someone with the universal imagination you undoubtably have… I take that as a huge compliment, cheers 🙂
– Rock on Lost Johnny !
That has my imagination awhirl.