Sunday, April 06, 2008

Sheds of Falmouth

A shed - Events Square, Falmouth, 3/4/08

Some more sheds - Events Square, Falmouth, 1/4/08

Some bigger sheds - beside Events Square, Falmouth, 3/4/08

The bigger sheds' prisoner - Events Square, Falmouth, 3/4/08




8 comments:

peckham2paris said...

Can anything be done about the little shed being held prisoner? Why is it being held prisoner? Is it because it refuses to be anything but a regular shed by not being a yuppie pastel colored shed?

Also, thanks for being the 2nd comment on my blog.

patroclus said...

I nearly lived in one of those sheds. Up to you to guess which one!

Occasional Poster of Comments said...

Patroclus: Couldn't you bear perpetuating the continued confinement of the little wooden shed?

P2P: I suspect your last suggestion might be true, poor noble little wooden thing. People do seem to visit it, though. Or at least while I was there someone came in and fed the green bin at the edge of shot. Which possibly wouldn't have been of much consolation.

Oh, and re. podcasts; I found one by Daily Show reporters John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman yesterday. It's called The Bugle - satire/comedy, as you'd expect, really.

miss-cellany said...

Ah - there have been many days recently when I've dreamed of living in a shed (and will probably do so in the summer).

Perhaps I should go and squat one of the existing ones in preparation...

Occasional Poster of Comments said...

Thought you might appreciate that post, M-C :) If you do squat one, you could blog about it here...

patroclus said...

I see the poor imprisoned little shed has been forced into hard labour breaking rocks, like in Victorian times. So cruel...

parlezvousmoo.com said...

There you are all feeling sorry for the imprisoned shed but what about lonely shed who has no friends save a little red thingy.

*sob*

Occasional Poster of Comments said...

Nuttycow (or maybe that should be PVM now?): Don't worry, what you can't see from that photo is that the first shed is tucked safely under the wing of the National Maritime Museum.

Patroclus: Hadn't seen that painting, but yep, that struck me too. Tragic. And I bet they think it's funny to use the shed to store the sledgehammer.