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The lovely phyllotaxy of the nettle.  Leaves are arranged in opposite pairs to catch maximum sunlight.

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Bare wattles, unplastered,  on Sussex barn.  Exposing the bones of a timber-framed building.

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Designed in 1936, this is the gateway to the Spider Garden, Hoveton Hall, Norfolk.

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This is a detail of the main door, St Maurice, Angers.  In the heart of the ancient Angevin Empire, this 12th century cathedral has a window dedicated to Thomas Becket.

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an intimate look at the stem of the monkey puzzle. Why exactly was the monkey puzzled?

Pattern of the DAY

Scissor-braced, seven-canted roof constructed round about 1330 at Westhall church, Suffolk.