How how how could this happen? Who voted to leave the EU? Did so many people really not look into this or consider the consequences, the million tiny things that this will impact? This will affect everyone and everything here. What a bleak day. When they say “the British people have chosen”…no: the Leave voters have chosen. […]
“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)
union jack tiles at leicester square tube station. pretty cool, huh?
dinner last night
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.
taken on 120 film on the way to Brighton
One of my favourite theatres in London is the Donmar Warehouse in Covent Garden. It’s tiny (it only seats 250 people), intimate and sometimes wonderfully intense. It’s almost a perfect kind of theatre. I’ve seen some amazing plays there (and some slightly less amazing). Tom Hiddleston (handsome sort of actor, has a sudden massive fanbase […]
I’ve just collected a whole bunch of films i had developed. some of them are really old (3 years or more, don’t ask), some are disastrous and underexposed, some are just fine. i came across this self-portrait.
these were taken with my Diana F+ a while back but i thought i’d post them. the first two are on a side-road off Brick Lane in East London (the 2nd pic is the back of some houses). the photo of the man sitting was taken somewhere around there too. i under-exposed most of this […]
of the london underground
back in january i decided to update my blog with a new look that might get me accepted into the cool kids club so i too can sit at the back of class and work secretly on theories about tangent universes. in Earth time this is only 3 months late. in calendar days since the […]
we’ve had torrential rain in the UK today, like crazy monsoon rain.
it was such a beautiful day on saturday, cloudless sunny blue sky and crystal-clear air.