This was a very windy day, a couple of months back. British Camp, Malvern - an ancient hill fort.

This is also an experiment in what happens if I try to upload more than one photo.

I’ve been wondering about a question raised elsewhere - is "melancholy" more poetic than "sadness"? The concepts are not the same, but what is the difference?

I suppose I would tend to see melancholy as an innate trait and outlook, whilst sadness is more a reaction to circumstances. Which is the more poetic? Depends on the poem.

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@Ellinas I would click "like" but maybe there isn't that option.

An experiment to see how pictures work here. This is the triffid that inhabits the kitchen window sill...

This is going to take a bit of getting used to...

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Ooh - we have smileys.

About 5 UKP regulars around here, by my calculation, unless anyone is using alternative usernames.

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