A pictorial record of this rare occasion. My freezer is usually full to bursting but, by contrast, my fridge spends most of its time laying desolate, save
This went from a bright morning, to a slightly snowy early afternoon to a very snowy mid-afternoon. In about five hours. Okay, I'm led to believe that
A close-up shot of Friend Julia's bag. I've seen a number of this style around in various colours and would SO have one if I
I'm told that to get the 'perfect' complete picture of clouds and landscape, you need to take three pictures, one normal, one overexposed and one
Running around some woods, scared carrying a paint-gun on a Sunday before lunchtime. Such craziness! This is extreme sports for the terminally bone-idle. I would be no
From Friend Junaid. One of the great things about working in a call centre, I suppose, is how neatly it fits alongside a craving to
New Years' resolutions are a waste of time and, largely, money. Anything that needs changing so desperately can just as easily be done on June 23rd as
A street in Andover, one that allows most things if they're of unarguable reasons. But the no parking sign underneath belies the street name. Fascists!
I saw a stationary shop with the full Christmas set-up. Who gets paper for Christmas? Honestly. Although they do sell all kinds of art supplies too (oil
Comedy stylings at the Manchester Opera House, with a little side salad of incest references for tonight's performance.
Just one reason why not to travel by Virgin Rail. They seem to sell twice as many tickets as they have seats and, hey! They don't
It struck me today that it's been years since I heard anyone use the word 'cutesy'. I should start a revival.
I found myself wondering how much you could expect to pay for Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes on DVD (if such a thing even exists)
25/06 2.35pm Last year was a drunken, but still impressive, acoustic performace in a small, kinda low-key tent. This year it's outside and all plugged-in! Yays!
A little puddle shaped like Africa and another shaped like a tree, complete with leaves in (which I was *very* impressed about). Mother Nature can
Well except for Tuesdays. And Wednesdays. Oh yeah, Saturday and Sunday too. I've done as much as four hours of work this week and I
The next four years at Huddersfield University doing BA Interactive Multimedia. The BA is for Bad Attitude! I ain't goin' in no plane, sucka!
New posts will be, for the time being, appearing in the Glastonbury 2005 sub-gallery off over to the right there.
I'd got into a pretty good routine of On Average 5 Pictures A Week, back there. And then it slipped. I looked through my Glastonbury 2004
Worse than any drug comedown I know. I've had my door locked and, as much as possible, been trying to pretend the 'normal' world outside
Kitty, you have basically gots to understand that you can't get that close while taking a picture. It's a pretty-looking box an' all, but I
I done gone had a fall-out with my liver again. I'll be sleeping on the sofa tonight, while stroppyboots strops off for another stroppy strop
"It's true man, it's totally true. That war in Iraq? That's not about *oil*, that's about *class*, you just try and prove me wrong". Yep, when
I like pictures of urban decay. It counterbalances my belief that, come on it's 2005 we should all be in shiny floating cities by now.
A few days off, been giving the camera a bit of a rest but that didn't stop me from using it to dick around with
"Dude, ur such a llama!", says the one in the foreground. "I know!", says the one at the back, "So are you, dickhead. And get off
Will this do? It pretty much describes my state of mind ... well, most days, actually. (It's a postcard that sits in a small frame atop
Just as I was taking my camera out of my pocket to take this shot, an aeroplane (probably en route to Leeds/Bradford) flew past, reflected
John Shuttleworth at Leeds City Varieties, a few minutes late on stage which is a little bit unprofessional in my view. Very naughty. A sign condemning
I sorted out my CD shelves (with new storage facilities to take care of the overflow), baked a couple of cakes (semi-rich fruit and lemon
Bill Dare is a comedy producer often mentioned after shows on BBC Radio 4. This has nothing to do with him or, indeed, anything else: Memorial
I was told that the Underground system was enormously complex and a skill known only to Those Special Southerners, but it was actually quite easy
Aaaaw, everyone loves daisies. Okay, I love daisies but I delude myself into believing that everyone likes them so I don't feel so cold and alone
Good grafitti art is really good, bad grafitti art is... Well, just *look* at it. Half expect to find a short shopping list on there.
Kitty Aequitas had her scheduled trip inside the washing machine. And I love chaotic bookcase arrangement.
The camera never lies. But don't trust a damn word Adobe Photoshop says. And *definitely* don't lend it any money, it'll be the last you
Continuing my fascination with pretty lights, there's every chance I was a moth in my previous life. But a very snobby one. I mean, there's
Sifting through a bunch of really ill-shot drunken photos, it was only really this one (the last of the lot) that grabbed my attention. There's
Taking a pair of scissors, the letters that form the word 'Rollback' (an *very* annoying word) and a doing bit of reshuffling. To paraphrase Ferris
Having avoided it for - well - years, thanks in no small part to the "Surface wash only!" label, Kitty Veritas managed to smuggle herself
One of five bits of local art in Dewsbury's one subway (ie. the path that leads across the road, beneath the road, not the New
It's hard to take steady pictures when you have to hold your camera as high above your head as the arms will allow. Otherwise, it's
Bradford's finest for one week only. Although technically they played their self-named "last tour" in 2002 and now each persuing solo projects (with the exception of
Pyramid stage, around 4pm, Saturday afternoon. "The heaviest band at Glastonbury".