1 EAGLETON NOTES: Hands

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Friday, 10 September 2010

Hands

Two years ago almost to the day I posted about John and Sue's version of a visitors book - 'Hands in the Back Passage'.  Last year I was unable to go to Maumulon because of the time I spent having treatment at The Beatson.   This year I returned and, on leaving, also left my handprints again.


It's rather interesting when you look at my prints when compared with most other people's.  My fingers arch away from the wall.  We looked and it seems that most of my prints are similar yet most other people's fingers give a full contact print.  I just thought I'd share that with you.

7 comments:

  1. What a wonderful tradition!!! Love this, absolutely :)

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  2. Great tradition. Interesting hands. And you have those curved fingers too, don't you Geeb :o)

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  3. Of course your handprint is different, you are unique!

    Wonderful tradition!

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  4. I really think this is a wonderful idea. Can't say the same for the title..............sounds painful.

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  5. I really think this is a wonderful idea. Can't say the same for the title..............sounds painful.

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  6. Laughing at Adrian's comment... it crossed my mind too, but I'm too ladylike to mention it.

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  7. Comparing with that earlier post it seems you left less of an imprint this time than on previous visits! ;) But then I notice your hands are pointing downwards this time. I would not be able to put more than my fingertips against a wall in that position. (I just tried - without paint! LOL) "Hands up" is a whole different matter.

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