Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Epping Forest Project, Phase 6 – June.

The Epping Forest Project, Phase 6 – June. Another crazy month! June passed in a blur of activity and as I sit here writing at the end of July, June just seems so long ago. This year is disappearing too … Continue reading

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Wax Chattels @ Lock Tavern

Tuesday 26 June 2018 – Wax Chattels @ Camden Lock. I am a massive fan of Auckland, by way of Dunedin, band Die! Die! Die!. I believe they are the band I have seen the most often over the 38 … Continue reading

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Mogwai @ Royal Festival Hall.

Thursday 21 June 2018 – Mogwai @ Royal Festival Hall. Confession time. I came late to the Mogwai party, not knowingly hearing them until the mid-2000s when instrumental post-rock started to dominate my music listening, which it still does. Even … Continue reading

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The beautifully brutal.

Sunday 03 June 2018 – London. When I started thinking on this post it was going to comprise a number of semi random images taken during June. However, I could not put together much of a thread for the images … Continue reading

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A quick trip ‘Up North’

Wednesday 13 June 2018 – Newcastle. Not a brown ale in sight. The ten minute walk from station to hotel took me past two bars and nothing; no advertising, no ale drinkers, not even the sad relic of a shattered … Continue reading

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The Epping Forest Project, Phase 5 – May.

The Epping Forest Project, Phase 5 – May. Reluctant at first I headed down the gentle slope and into trees, uninspired and frustrated at myself for not being able to relax into this morning alone in the forest. As I … Continue reading

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A small taste of the Cotswalds

Sunday 20 May 2018 – Cotswalds, Gloucestershire. How do they fit all this countryside in? This is something I ponder (and wonder at) every time I leave the city and explore somewhere new. Why is it all stunning? often follows … Continue reading

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