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 photo of my sister, taken at Tegernsee in Southern Germany. shot on 120 film on my manual Diana+ camera.
at westminster abbey. taken on black and white film. i’ll also throw in a free photo for you of the london eye!
wall art & stencil graffiti in Ireland (Dublin above, Galway below)
i bet you’ve all seen tons of pictures of the Olympic torch(es) and have been dazzled, entranced, spellbound by its warm golden glow… or maybe it’s left you nonchalant and indifferent? either way, there was quite a buzzy vibe around the torch relay and seeing it sort of makes you feel a part of something you’re only […]
there’s a little bit of Thailand in Wimbledon, the Buddhapadipa temple. it’s actually owned by the Thai government and it’s a quiet and peaceful place. their website if you want to read more: http://www.buddhapadipa.org/temple
view over the Thames to the west from London Bridge one sunny evening, double exposed.
i was in Scotland for a few days last week and went to Glasgow for the first time. it’s a really hip city with some amazing architecture. i’m a big fan of art deco, this is the Beresford Hotel on Sauchiehall Street.
Oxford under a full moon, with bright sparkling Venus
on Wednesday night me and a friend went to Oxford to see The Factory theatre do their version of Hamlet in Blackwell’s bookshop. we stopped off at The Eagle and Child for dinner, the pub where the Inklings used to meet, a group of writers that included CS Lewis and Tolkien. it’s a really nice […]
these are two of my favourite photos from the SFX Sci-Fi Weekender back in February. it was all sorts of cool/interesting, something i won tickets for and it ended up being really good.
London city lights. i like the effect of melting light, and the glow.
Giles pours mint tea on Edgware Road. We’d been to see Mark Thomas, the comedian/activist.