which Margaret describes as being like those "we find ourselves climbing constantly in nightmares"
On the wall was part of her "travel writing"the aim of which is to "draw a straight line ata constant speed, perhaps pausing at station stops - making real-time records of invisible spaces.
Here Margaret is showing her current piece of "travel writing"
also in the photo is Sandy Snowden who I was pleased to meet along with Carol Wilkes, and we had a lovely discussion about rust dying. How civilised is that? ( I'm sorry I didn't get the gentleman's name)
On they way out there was more of Margaret's work.
I loved these.
Apologies for the standard of the photographs, my proper PC is in dock so I haven't been able to tweak. It is always good to meet fellow bloggers and this was no exception. More if my super day out later in the week when, hopefully, I will have my machine back.