One Response to 02_heartbrix_Liz_Ashdowne

  1. nigel griffiths says:

    once there were brickyards in every village looking after local needs, the output was small and hand made. Today, they are mass produced and have little or no identity, from one or two factories.
    the beauty that was once common across the country, is rarer and rarer, we all are a little diminished by this. any attempt to capture this fading treasure, should be welcomed by us all, especially if natural materials are used.

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