“She referred to the high-rise as if it were some kind of huge animate presence, brooding over them and keeping a magisterial eye on the events taking place.” (J.G.Ballard, High Rise)
Suffolk coast, last winter
i found my old walkman…. auto-reverse and mega-bass, Sony went all-out!
aaah that light leak that looks like the universe…. shot on 120 film (medium format) on my Diana F+ (yay for film!)
i can feel the light, somewhere in the darkness
union jack tiles at leicester square tube station. pretty cool, huh?
marlene dietrich in lisbon
in Cascais just outside Lisbon.
no trickery just reflections. taken in Salzburg, Austria.
back in Munich in August we found a crop circle. the maize in the last photo must be about 9 feet tall. scary things happen in maize fields, don’t they? at least in horror movies….
this year is Dylan Thomas’ centenary so there was a Dylan Thomas theme! these on a bus shelter in Hay-on-Wye.
back in May i spent a few days at the Hay Literature Festival in Wales. i’ll post a few photos from this very fabulous, chilled out event.
a different shot of the central bar at last winter’s Tollwood festival in Munich, on the fuzziest lens i own 😉 the other post is here https://accidentalearthling.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/tollwood/
a photo of my sister, taken at Tegernsee in Southern Germany. shot on 120 film on my manual Diana+ camera.
i’m slightly behind with this blog! i spent some time in Munich over Christmas and along with the usual Christmas markets, there is also an amazing giant alternative Christmas market, Tollwood. It’s at the Theresienwiese where the Oktoberfest takes place. after dark, the remarkable thing about Tollwood is the light. as it’s a wide open […]