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Steves Tree Still in Leaves in Mid November!
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 8:43 pm    Post subject: Steves Tree Still in Leaves in Mid November! Reply with quote

Steves Tree Still in Leaves in Mid November!

We took these shots of Steves Tree in Peoples Park, Luton
today on the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month!
It is suprising to note that it has still got its leaves!, whilst most
of the other trees around have lost theirs.

There is a silver 'Happy Birthday' as well as a lighter hanging
from his tree.

There are other 'gifts' and ' Mementos ' garnishing his tree


Its really nice to see that tree, that special tree!

BTW Does anyone know what species of tree it actually is?

Apologies for the ‘slightly-out-of-focus’ feel,
Crying or Very sad Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 10:52 pm    Post subject: smurf Reply with quote

Nice pics its also the first to get its leaves in the Srping Blessed Be Weedman prayer
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 9:46 pm    Post subject: Steve's Tree in December 04, with Ian Lee Reply with quote

Steve's Tree in December 04, with Ian Lee

Ian Lee was in town over the weekend visiting friends, the 'Hatters',
Lutons splendid 'Urban Architecture' and 'Steve's Tree'.
After finding himself roped in the 'mele' of the UK Decay CD release
(folding the Inlays), Spon escorted him up to peoples park to visit an
'old friend'

Ian in communion with an 'old friend'

It was a bleak overcast day and winter is settling in, the sad looking
leaves are about to depart for their anuall winter hibernation. Most of the
nearby trees lost their leaves weeks ago.


Ian reflects!



We all have our own way of paying our respects to our lost friends,
most (rich) people have their own tombstones or graves, places where
they can be remmebered, where flowers and gifts can be layed,
where perhaps prayers or meditations can be had. But in the case of
Steve, like an increasing amount of people, planting a tree is infinitely
more appropriate., Giving a new life to a persons passing!
I cant help feeling its almost arrogant for those in an increasingly
overpopulated and concreted world, should seek to maintain land and
property after their own deaths.
"Long live Steve Harle-
Long live Steve's Tree"

After paying their respects Ian and Spon departed to view the
Splendid Urban Architecture of Lutons Suburbia before Ian made his
return to Birmingham.
(Ian got a pic of Spon by the tree btw, will ask Ian to forward it for
posting later...spon was behind the camera on the above pics)


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2005 4:12 am    Post subject: Steve Harle 1961-1995>>>> 10 years! Reply with quote

Steve Harle 1960 -1995>>>> 10 years!



It is now March 9th 2005.
It has now been 10 years since Steve passed away.
We didn't hear the sad news for a few days, I guess thats not
suprising really. Considering his last lonely rail journey was far off, on
the other side of the world in India.
We were all expecting him back with lots of stories to tell, but instead
we got that shocking news.

"YOU WERE A GREAT FRIEND STEVE
AND WILL ALWAYS BE MISSED"

'One Love! my good friend and comrade!'

Steve Spon[url=http://www.ukdecay.co.uk/pictures/view_photo.php?set_albumName=Misc&id=ltnNews50495a]

View the Luton New obituary in a larger size
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10 Years is a milestone when it comes to bereavement , we all on
average have only 7 such Decades to experience our mortality and our
love and friendships with our fellow Human beings.
So we should learn to make the most of our friends and loved ones.
We have only one chance!
Steve, we love you. You will always be remembered !

If any of you feel compelled please feel free to comment below (post reply)
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2005 8:30 pm    Post subject: 10 Years ! Reply with quote

10 Years !


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"Steven David Harle
28th October 1960 - 9th March 1995 RIP"
March 9th 2005 Ten years



Steves Tree March 9th 2005

Tim an old friend of Steves visits the tree for the first
time. He has been living in Portugal for the last 16 years and
has recently returned to the UK.


Tim having a quiet word with his old mate

Tim, Captain and Charlie the dog (17 years old!) paying
their respects to Steve and the Tree and gazing accross the city
of Luton skyline. Steve would have been suprised to see that charlie
was still around.

Tim and Steve in 1989 just before Tim left Luton to live in
Portugal and Steve joined 'Click Click' on their 3 month
european tour


'Steven David Harle 1960-1995'


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2005 8:15 pm    Post subject: Steve Harle's Anniversary Reply with quote

Guess you said most of it already,10 years gone but the memory is still as fresh as it ever was and to be honest there arent to many days that go by when Steve's presence is about everytime i do another bit of glasswork well it just there for a start and when i have a difficult bit i feel like i only have to ask for a bit of help and it all happens,you will never be a memory or forgoten mate and thanks for giving me that inspiration to do what i do till we meet again mate Blessed Be Weedman
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 24, 2005 5:10 pm    Post subject: Our humblest Apologies! Reply with quote

Our humblest Apologies!
It was pointed out to us that we had an incorrect year
of birth for Steve!
He was in fact born in 1960 not 1961!

We have now corrected this on the website and posts
and scincerely apologise to all concerned!

Thanking you
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2005 2:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Steve made a HUGE impression upon me. I met him through Graham S & we endedn up living together in brighton. I still sometimes feel like he'd watching me. He had this amazing of mix of cool & clever & wise...fook,i wish he was here Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad Laughing Laughing Laughing Crying or Very sad
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2005 4:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lovely guy steve he was a positive bloke always freindly and will be sadly missed Crying or Very sad
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 10:19 pm    Post subject: Steve's Tree in August Reply with quote

Steve's Tree in August
Dateline: 17th August 2005

There is not an image of Steves tree taken at this time of the year
so here we are!
The Council have left the grassland around the tree to grow wild,
encouraging wild flowers, insect and bird life.

Steves Tree in all its glory!

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