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Love your enemy

Sugar cubes

Sugar. So sweet, so irresistible, so very bad for us. It’s everywhere, and we love the stuff, despite knowing what it does to our bodies and our teeth. If you’re wondering why I happen to have sugar cubes to hand — well, you can’t make a champagne cocktail without one! Though, being virtuous 😉 , I cut them in half.

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Square Sky 29: Happy New Year!

Let’s end the Square Sky December challenge with a bang, not a whimper. Fireworks for New Year’s Eve! (I’m sure other people will have the same idea.)

Huge thanks are due to Becky for organising and hosting this challenge. I found it “challenging” enough to source and schedule my own photos, I can’t imagine also visiting and linking to everyone else’s!

Here is a recap of all my Square Sky photos. It includes some bonus ones that I uploaded but didn’t post, included here to make the columns even.

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Square Sky 28: The Rowers

Bondi surf life savers practising their rowing — at 5:47am.

I took this photo half an hour after my pre-sunrise photo on 19 December, by when (as you can see) the sun was truly up. What ungodly hour must these people have got out of bed in order to be rowing before 6am? I shall never understand morning people …

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Square Sky 24: Watery sunrise

Who knew the North Sea could look so mysterious?

“Watery” not online because it’s at sea, but because there’s a wavering, watercolour look to this photo. This is off the coast of Belgium, shot on a morning watch from the tall ship ‘Tenacious’ in 2006.

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