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The Digital Natives are Restless
At last! After nine months of not being able to get photographs off my phone, I happened to mention my plight to my daughter - and she transferred them all onto my computer in, er, two minutes.

Of course it's a humiliation, but one for which I'm very grateful, as it means I can now create the "Welcome to Dursley" LJ icon I've long dreamed of for my children's lit posts. Not only that, but here are pictures of Dursley itself. (Why, without your fictional JKR avatar you're beautiful!)



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And Istanbul into the bargain...



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Now I see him on the big screen, that man sitting on the "Please Do Not Sit Here" sign is kind of scary!

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My shaky camera work doesn't do them justice, but both towns are lovely in their own way.
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That's a similar design to one in Faversham. Identikit town centres...

Interesting - I've always thought of them as distinctively Cotswold buildings. Perhaps it's just that everywhere else got around to knocking them down.

Oh, lovely!

Glad you like!

If you don't already know it, I can heartily recommend "The Old Spot" in Dursley.

I don't - but shall try it when I return. Named after a pig, I presume?

Indeed! It is very near the library, if that helps you to place it.

That's an interesting set of photos!