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Window on my world 89:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

...and hello to Beegee10, my lovely new Golf.

Very shiny but no aerial so I shall have to stop relying on a pink daisy to guide me to my car in carparks.

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Window on my world 88:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Goodbye to another car!

This time, it's a swap though.

Isaac says goodbye to Beetee5....

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Another guest window today from my friend Chris.


This time, a stunning shot through an unusually shaped window in Bagan, Burma.

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Window on the world 87:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Today's photograph shows my youngest about to take the last trip in Tiggy the Tiguan. A sad moment :o(

Thanks to redundancy, my husband's lovely (company financed) Tiguan has to go back to the leasing company today.

Bye Tiggy. You've been wonderful xx

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Window on my world 86:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Plastic baskets strewn cross the garden by the wind?

Oh no! This is my OH's idea to keep our bulb safe from squirrels, cats and birds.

So far so good...

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Window on my world 85:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

"Daddy, why is the daffodil pot on my skateboard?"

"For ease of movement."

"Cool!"

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Window on my world 84:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Another Friday visit to The Barn at the Heart of the Country.

Latte and toasted teacake today!

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Window on my world 83:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

One of my favourite places - The Pear Tree Crêperie,

Delicious crêpes and gallettes - and the salad dressing is wonderful.

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Window on my world 82:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

One from the achives today - taken in 2008 during a holiday in Anglesey.

The train went along a lake and started and ended at the Slate Museum. Great fun trying to take pictures of each other hanging out of the train windows!

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Window on my world 81:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Another great quotation about education today.

I assume it's Brigham Young as in 19th century Mormon and leader of Latter Day Saints, and subject of "The 19th wife" by David Ebershoff.

Might not agree with some of his beliefs but this one is right on!

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Window on my world 80:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Another quotation etched on a window at Aston University.

I agree!
That is all.

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Window on my world 79:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

There are some quotations etched on the windows at Aston business School - and this is one of them.

Having watched the highlights of An evening with Sir Ken Robinson during which we were urged 'the revolution starts here', this struck a chord.

If a small group of thoughtful people can change the world, let's hope they can affect change in the Government's education policy .....

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Window on my world 78:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Today we were promised a view of the 'Supermoon', so called as it is as close to the earth as it gets.

Wish i had a better camera as I could actually see the shadows of the craters on the moon, but this isn't too bad...

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Window on my world 77:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

I spotted this van as I walked to Camden Lock this morning.

And if you look above the van, there's a man actually fixing a sash window - wow!

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Window on my world 76:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

In London for a meeting on Friday. So many wonderful windows to see.

Here's just one set.

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Window on my world 75:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

A window from the archives today - a window from the Poble Espanyol in Barcelona.

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Window on my world 74:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Jude had his first big concert today with North Birmingham Area Brass Band at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall.

He was a star!

Here's the beautiful ceiling and the edges, the windows, of the Town Hall.

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Window on my world 73:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Spring has sprung!

Trees and daffodils from the windscreen of Tiggy as we parked.

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Window on my world 72:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

My inability to run at the moment due to an injury means I'm rather fed up so we went to Solihull to cheer me up and take my mind off the race I should've been running today.

View from the John Lewis cafe.

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Window on my world 71:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

View from the window of The Barn (not sure what happened to the Pig) at Heart of the Country centre in Weeford.

I can recommend the brie and cranberry sandwich. Delicious!

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Window on my world 70:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

Today's photo links to last year's blog too!

This is the Friendship Tree ouside the Head's Office at school. Might obscure the light a little but it's a lovely demonstration of how the children value one another.

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Window on my world 69:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

I was talking to Year 6 today about light and dark, day and night as we revised for their Science SATs.

I told them about the short days in Iceland, but that when light did arrive, that it was a beautiful light. So here's a photograph taken from the top of the Perlan in Reykjavik that shows it.

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Window on my world 68:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

As Lent begins and people give up ll osrts of things, a photo of an array of cakes in John Lewis!

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Window on my world 67:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

A contrast to yesterday's picture.

Here's my car window, taken in January I think.

On a sunny day, feels like months ago until you go outside and the wind gets you!

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Window on my world 66:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

A beautiful beautiful sunny day today - and this photograph sums it up.

Spring flowers.
Washing on the line.
Cup of coffee and a good book on the patio.

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Window on my world 65:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

The bright sunshine over my garden as I got up!

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Window on my world 64:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

One more Liverpool picture...

this was me trying to be artistic and being thwarted by a yellow van... ;o)

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Window on my world 63:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

So many photographs i could have chosen for today as I had a great time taking daytime pictures out of my hotel room.

However, I chose this one as it shows blue sky and sun!

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Window on my world 62:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

In Liverpool tonight for the Primary Langugae Show tomorrow.

I had the best room in the Jury's Inn, a triangular room right on the corner with two HUGE windows, one looking towards the dock and across the Mersey, and the other looking towards the town through which I could see all sorts of famous buildings.

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Today's beautiful window comes courtesy of my friend Chris. He gets to visit all kinds of exotic places and has kindly said that I can 'borrow' one of his photos for my 'window quest'


And a lovely window it is - the Peace Window in Sandakan, Borneo. A remarkable place - you can read his very moving article about it here.

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Window on my world 59:365, originally uploaded by lisibo.

I bought myself some flowers today as I'm not feeling too well.

Like the flowers in the vase juxtaposed with the tortoise and the Indiana Jones lego boat!

Lisibo's 2011 challenge

This blog is my 2011 challenge - post a photograph of the view from a window every day for a year.
This follows on from Trees365 my 2010 challenge to post a photograph of a tree.
My professional blog is called ¡Vámonos! and looks at teaching and learning in the 21st century, with a particular focus on primary language learning, creativity and the use of technology.

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