9 December 2010

midnight snowfall
the union leader's statue
wears a white shawl


Nana Fredua-Agyeman said...

lol.... lovely. White for victory!

Dave Serjeant said...

If only!

Unfortunately - in these parts, white can signal surrender (in a waving the white flag kind of way). Appropriate in this case as the statue in question is a mine-workers leader and the miners famously lost a long and bitter dispute in the UK in the early 80s.

Dave Serjeant said...

...Thanks for the comments Nana

John McDonald said...

nice one Dave

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