a rare journey on the london overground
Giles pours mint tea on Edgware Road. We’d been to see Mark Thomas, the comedian/activist.
heavenly avocado with some other things in that may or may not be insanely healthy. love the colour, and it smells really fresh and summery, like cut grass. there is no grass in it (some of you might be wondering).
it was such a beautiful day on saturday, cloudless sunny blue sky and crystal-clear air.
…and this was the gig. ice, sea, dead people are noise monsters. they’re a really great live band with immense energy. these photos aren’t so good, not least because it was a bit too dark. i’m posting them anyway.
i had some time to kill the other night before a gig. these are all a bit slanty, maybe i don’t stand straight.
carrot, apple, ginger and lemon juice, brought to you in luminous orange.
in itself it isn’t totally unusual for our neighbour’s cat to visit. this time though, she magically appeared on our roof terrace, two floors up.