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False Perspective

November 18, 2015

Hobbit Hole

Back in March of this year I had the good fortune to visit Hobbiton where I learnt how the sets were built to allow for false perspective.

I should have borne this in mind when ordering a 5′ X 7′ pine shed which, on the internet, described itself as a Georgian summerhouse.

I never gave a thought to the height, and now it is erected, find that I am the only member of the household able to walk inside and stand up in it.

So, thanks to false perspective and internet photography, I am the lucky owner of a new private outdoor space for writing.

The next step is to accessorise it to denote the occupation of the ‘resident’ Hobbit as per the 44 Hobbit Holes that Ian photographed in New Zealand.


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