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oh. christmas tree.

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18th Dec 2013, 23:57   | tags:,comments (4)

sawdust strata

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bands of coloured sawdust in my workshop vacuum cleaner (which is hooked up to my bench sander)
7th Jun 2013, 02:26   comments (4)

Car Wash Christ

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found these in a hedge

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more infrared fun.
24th Apr 2013, 10:18   | tags:,,comments (4)

what tales they could tell

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People say that photographs should tell a story. I'm not sure exactly what story did lead to not one, but two, pairs of shoes abandoned in the back streets of Norwich, down by the waterfront. But I do have some ideas.
23rd Apr 2013, 13:12   | tags:,,comments (1)

kids of today

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Really, teenagers?

A sign saying "Gunton Lane", a black marker pen and the best you can do is "G nton Ane"

14th Apr 2013, 00:56   comments (9)


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Norwich Cathedral Cloisters. Infrared filter, 20 second exposure, colour adjusted in post. Some people arrived down the far end towards the end of the shutter being open, hence the ghosts.


I like visiting the cathedral, and the cloisters are one of my favourite bits. I always wonder how many people have walked those slabs over the last 900 years.

Also, there was a man running through here with some papers, wearing a suit and staff badge. It took all my self-control to not shout "No running in the cloisters, boy!"
13th Mar 2013, 16:50   | tags:,,,comments (2)