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Fred O'Callaghan

Thank you for your recognition of one's freedom to disagree. I hope you won't therefore think it rude of me when I say that a mere look at the accompanying photo gives me the horrors!

Helen Gazeley

Hi, Fred
Thank you very much for commenting - don't think it's rude at all. And I do see your point about the towers. In the Deptford Project they were in amongst other verticals and the sunlight coming through the back lit up the colours quite effectively. On a dull day, not so sure... And I think, unlike stone and wood, glass and plastic have to be absolutely sparkling clean or they can look tired and tacky. What does anyone else think? Does plastic ever look good in the garden?

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