Steamed up and creative

I had to go up to town yesterday for a meeting with the Rooftop Collective. We meet once per month to discuss our artistic progression and business management. Yesterday’s topic was about email lists and marketing ourselves. I had bounced down to the station in high spirits having had a very productive session with another […]

Gallery romping

I had to go up to town earlier this week so I took the opportunity to look in a few galleries; Photographer’s Gallery – but by the time I got there I’d just missed the the last show until March by 12 hours Beetles & Huxley for Joel Sternfield GX Gallery for Nicolas Laborie’s collodian […]

Some things stay the same

I have previously mentioned my commuting days and recently posted a gallery of my Old Buffers. Well, last night I was up in town for the first 2017 meeting of The Rooftop Collective and as is my want and indeed the learned practice of getting the train before the train that gets me in on […]

Privatised NHS

Walking to work this morning I took a circuitous route and followed my nose. The smell was intoxicating to say the least and then I found it, nestling amongst the privations of city life – an old NHS ambulance dispensing medicines of a porcine and ovine kind. Is this what the Tories mean by privatising […]

Street art

  Over the years that I was at University, I would make regular excursions to the Brick Lane area to marvel at the constantly changing murals on the side walls of this ethnically diverse part of London. I always marvel at how the street scene changes with the hour of the day here. This shot […]

Canterbury Tales

Last Sunday I had to drive down to Canterbury for work. I don’t like and have always avoided travelling away on a Sunday evening but at times needs must. The forecast was ominous and I could see what I was driving into with a blindingly bright setting sun to my right and the Hades like […]

An antidote to Black Friday

Yesterday I was in London. I had to go to take part in an analytical workshop for user experience of using a website. The outcomes were to create an improved experience with a new site yet to be developed. I wondered about time to grab some pictures but popped the P6000 into my bag. It […]

Today I saw the Princes Street Kingfisher

It has been weeks now since I sighted the regular Kingfisher near the Princes Street Bridge on the Gipping. I had wondered whether it had moved to open waters and a saltier environment rather than this mixed tidal and freshwater section. These delightful small predators raise my vibrations no matter what else is going on […]

November – Where has it gone?

I’ve been a tad quiet lately. Quiet but busy. This semester is rapidly approaching its crescendo and what happened this month? Impaled by a pyracantha thorn in the back of my hand during a fire drill resulting in my right hand swelling to double the normal size resulting in a trip to A&E and a […]

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