Lockdown but not totally locked in. I thought outside might be good for creativity. A decent hot day and a garden to check out even if it meant a dose of hay fever – and it did. Five shots of the garden accompanied with five songs, one song for each pic.  I hope you enjoy.

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‘Pride & Time’

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‘Sunlight & The Dust’

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‘Goodnight Cleopatra’

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George Blamey-Steeden

Guitarist / Songwriter from the UK. I have a First-Class BA (Hons) in Creative Music Technology. You check out my music via Bandcamp.

44 thoughts on “FIVE OF EACH”

      1. Just saw this exchange on Twitter. Mr Saraband has bad hay fever. The last comment is from a pharmacist. You may already know this, but, just in case you don’t, I hope it helps.


        Hayfever this year is being an absolute bastard. Taking cetrizine twice a day but still snottier than Trump.
        Johda Flag of ScotlandRainbow flagFamily (man, man, boy, boy)
        Consult with your pharmacist, but steroid nasal sprays are best for all round cover for hay fever and use cetirizine as back up Winking face

        Nasal spray ordered a couple of days ago, hoping it works! Ty


        Hi pharmacist here.
        Nasal sprays are definitely more effective. But they need to be used regularly every day, even if no symptoms, and take a couple of days to build up to full effectiveness. You can then use cetirizine to top up as needed.

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      2. Thanks for that. I think I’ve tried most of those although I need to double-check that. The main allergy is dust mites, hay fever the latest addition. Nothing really works. It a case of taking the right steps and picking the right times when going out. Thanks anyway, it is appreciated ~ George

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