Category Archives: photography

Travels with a Tomato: the London Edition

This the start of an occasional series about my travels with a tomato. I tell you this in case you’re either 1) the sort who skips titles, and heads straight to the blog, or 2) for some reason, you don’t … Continue reading

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Same Town, Different Wheels

In my last post, I wrote about how the sound of my own wheels drove me (kinda) crazy. My recovery – I know this is a controversial word in some circles, but damn it I’m using it anyway – is … Continue reading

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Saucy is for Postcards: Public Art

Whenever I go out of town – which is not very often – I take my camera with me. It helps me look at things, on those days when I’d rather be hiding under the duvet with a book. (1) … Continue reading

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The Ghost of a Sign

Where do we draw the line between inspiration, and imitation? Who decides whether “West Side Story” is a fully fledged work in its own right, rather than just another “Romeo and Juliet” remake? It helps, of course, when you have … Continue reading

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A Congregation of One

“You’re nearer to God in a garden…” It’s not for nothing that this blog is subtitled “Musings of a British Eccentric”. How many people say: “Hiya, babes!” when they spot a blackbird whilst walking through their local park? Just for … Continue reading

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