Archive for March, 2011

‘They are humble paints,’ Shaw says, ‘made for painting bits of radiator that you’ve missed out… they’re not made for saying the great things in life like oil paint is made for – flesh and life and death and skulls and Jesus.’
‘They are humble paints,’ Shaw says, ‘made for painting bits of radiator that you’ve missed out… they’re not made for saying the great things in life like oil paint is made for – flesh and life and death and skulls and Jesus.’

‘They are humble paints,’ Shaw says, ‘made for painting bits of radiator that you’ve missed out… they’re not made for saying the great things in life like oil paint is made for – flesh and life and death and skulls and Jesus.’

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Sakura sunshine

18Mar11

     

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Some films demand respect. Some films demand a big screen. Some films demand The Tyneside Cinema. When I read in January that Haruki Murakami’s best selling novel, ‘Norwegian Wood’, had been made into a film and was being released in the UK I put a note in my calendar to go and see it on […]

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The walls of The University Gallery are alive – with the sound of music.

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India who was busy counting and sticking stamps with Grandma when I caught this shot.

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Toes

03Mar11

Baby Noah’s foot, captured at eleven weeks old.

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