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we all dig it but never post it, after my few hours today puts it all in perspective
I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.
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I have days when I dig nothing but rubbish. It happened for several days last week....then I had two cracking days on the bounce. Same field too!
I know how it goes and I am never embarrassed to dig scrap. At the end of the day, the more you dig the less you miss.
Just seen a post and photo on FB (well know MD group that is not popular with some on here) where due to jokes about his crap looking like art he glued some to 3 boards and entered it in his arts guild annual show. When he went to collect them all 3 had been sold.
Now look at Apricot Lil's original photo and imagine that mounted on a board and it would be easy to see it being sold and hung on somebodies wall. It would certainly be better than some of the "modern art",(eg piles of bricks, disorganised bedroom (I see one of those every morning!)), that has gained fantastic reviews when shown in art large galleries.
So with imagination and a few minutes work you could soon be making money from the rubbish you dig
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