For Stense

Boots on telephone wiresFor reasons I can't go into right now, I saw these in Hebden Bridge this morning, and they made me think of Stense.

Not that Stense reminds me of a pair of old boots, you understand.

Well, not very much.

They both have tongues, I suppose. And heels. And they're both very well built. And they're both very reliable. And they can both be rather straight-laced at times (you know what I'm talking about, Stense, oh yes you do!).

Actually, come to think of it, Stense does remind me of a pair of old boots.

See also: More photos I took of footwear on telephone wires

By Richard Carter

A fat, bearded chap with a Charles Darwin fixation.

9 comments

  1. Oh! what a coincidence....I wasn't listening to it in the car on my way to work tonite! But I was listening to Sheriff of Hong Kong!

  2. The week after next, I intend to listen to 'The House of the Rising Sun' while actually in New Orleans & St. Louis blues the week after.

    Are there any songs about Bournemouth, I wonder?

  3. Who was it who recorded the song 'The Leaving of Liverpool'?

    Like Bournemouth: a lovely place to come from, but who would want to go there?

  4. Hello.

    Shoes on power lines. I'm told that thisadvertises that hard core drugs can be bought at that spot. It more commonly relates tosneakers, though, so maybe boots mean something else, likedouble strengthkendal mint cake can be bought there.

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