INTERSECTION3

May 30, 2018

INTERSECTION3 May 18/19, 2018 has found a place as a slow, conversational meeting where the peculiar and particular is found within the ordinary, everyday. Clustering of participants, as shown in the pic above, without any particular motive or ambition are typical.

 

 A joyful moment, when I suggested Dur-é (of short stature) take a circuit or two with a very tall young lass. It appears she had just turned up and had begun to chat with others gathered in a the group, asking what was going on here. Seconds later I arrived, and thinking she was a knowing participant, immediately suggested she take some perambulation with Dur-é. So off they went, and a fascinating encounter ensued I am led to believe !

 

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