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Your photos of snowy sheds: part 2

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 23, 2013 01:07 AM
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by (alex johnson) last modified Jan 22, 2013

Picking up where we left off yesterday and starting with submissions via Twitter, here's Co-Director of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities Melissa Terras ' shed, complete with icicles. Or as she put it: "It's my home office where I do much academicking." Below is the splendid Alaric Snell-Pym 's wintry shed. Snow on my @ workshopshed… — Alaric Snell-Pym (@alaric) January 18, 2013 And here's Elaine Appelbee 's Henley model. @ shedworking My #Henley garden office in #Keighley West Yorks. 8inches deep snow on lawn.… — Elaine Appelbee (@elaineappelbee) January 21, 2013 I was able to help Graham Cook a little with his choice of Homestead Timber Buildings garden office. "Only just built in time for the snow so the interior is waiting to be dressed – with comfy chair, books, easel and ceramic hare!" And here's Debbie Smail's. This shed at the bottom of the garden of Anthony Eilers is where the "thinking" and "creating" is done for some of the best hampers in the UK. Here’s a photo of Certified BodyTalk Practitioner Lynsay Brown 's snowy commute to her therapy room at home in south east London. This is local boy Simon Grover 's snowy shed. And one of a lovely selection from Garden Affairs . Adding an international dimension is Karel de Lussanet's shed from Aerdenhout, Netherlands... Finally, one of the classiest photos we've received this year from Sarah Waddell . ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wednesday posts are sponsored by The Stable Company® , the UK's premier supplier of garden offices and garden rooms. Click here






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