Abandoned, Black and White

Tyred Roof

Where we live, there are days where the wind is so strong that if something isn’t tied down, it might not be there in the morning. Farmers prefer ‘tyred down’ obviously.



A not-very-subtle reminder that I have shops, at
Redbubble and Pixels,
where there are a selection of my images in all sorts of buying options
(Art, Canvas and Framed prints, and the popular greetings cards and notebooks)
It only takes a couple of small sales to keep the site ad-free, so do have a look if you have time. Thanks.

5 thoughts on “Tyred Roof”

  1. That is very curious indeed. Graduation classes at my old high school used to use tires to spell out things on a slanted rooftop highly visible to the school. Many school days would be improved from the often creative swearing that was often spelled out.

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