Broadsheets and space

These days there aren’t as many opportunities to see your writing given the sort of room a broadsheet can give it. I first saw my Telegraph ‘Country Matters’ feature on the wonders of toad migration on my tablet, and it looks fine.

Here’s the link to the Telegraph site. But I think I prefer the hard copy incarnation, perhaps because I’m a left-over from the Hot Metal Age. The impact of hard copy layout is far greater; that toad in the main image has to be about ten times life-size.
 

 

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