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“Pigs want to live. Friends not food.” Some graffiti spotted on a run.

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Made a little print out of one of my recent illustrations, I had so much fun that I might try to make one every month
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Spotted some mushrooms while out running. It gave me a good excuse for a short break!

Borage? Pretty sure it’s borage. Makes bees happy. Kind of invasive.

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My most recent piece ‘An Féar Gortach’ / The Hungry Grass based on the old Irish folklore. A cursed patch of grass, that caused an insatiable sense of hunger and weariness upon anyone who walked over it. Some folk took small pieces of bread in their pockets in case they stood on the hungry grass. #irishfolklore #folklore #irishart #irishartist #illustration #folkhorror #irishillustrator

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Still looking for some good #folklore #folklorist or #folkhorror accounts. Also #archaeology & #archaeologist ones. I had a great set on the site which shall not be named and miss the content greatly.

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Last time I saw a car like this it was in a Richard Scarry book, and the worm driving it was having a busy day.

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Does anyone know of any #journalists or news organizations actively using the Fediverse?

Boosts welcome.

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meteor shower
our stroll in the park
winter rain

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Another on-the-nose photo for Portland: lovely poppies on the other side of a chain link fence

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hello hello,
I’m new here, and will likely post some small crocheted squids or octopus, they want to conquer the world, including the fediverse, and maybe some other things (#knitting?)… see you soon!

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