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Monthly Archives: February 2017
The Saatchi Gallery is running a Selfie Competition and for once it’s free. So I’ve submitted these images. Selfie: Remembered Selfie: Documented Selfie Experienced Selfie: Interpreted Selfie: Defined The aim of my submission has been to offer a set of … Continue reading
I met up with a friend at Tate Britain yesterday. The place was pretty busy (largely because of the Hockney exhibition. But other areas were also doing good business. Indeed I think there were as many people people watching as … Continue reading
February 1st: my 59th Birthday; February 4th: our 35th Wedding Anniversary; February 7th: Alex’s 27th Birthday. Celebrations were all rolled into one.
It was quite pleasing to watch mainstream TV this morning and see a hemiplegic talking to a paraplegic. Some things do seem to change for the better.
I’ve been collaborating with this project: http://www.greymatters.xyz/ along with many others. Here are my contributions in the order I made them. South London Grey Portsmouth Grey Kentish Grey WW1 Grey Dead Motherboard Grey Starling Grey Capital Grey Bearskin Grey Pigeon … Continue reading