be careful in choosing your mood.
“A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.”
Two thumbs up. Fabulous!
Hard to find people who can bring motorcycle leathers back to life.
Found Rachel Dobbs online, and got a terrific job done on re-lining an old, much-loved jacket.
Dream, heady and erotic.
First evening. Hector Zazou (with John Cale & David Sylvian).
"Flickr is still pretty wonderful. But it's lovely in the same way a box of old photos you've stashed under the bed is.
And then you close the box.
And you click over to Facebook, to see what's new."
Flickr is gone.
Passport to the pub:
"Many visitors have observed that queuing is almost a national pastime for the British, who will automatically arrange themselves into an orderly line at bus stops, shop counters, ice-cream stalls, lifts, entrances, exits - and sometimes in the middle of nowhere for no apparent reason.
In the pub, by contrast, we gather haphazardly along the bar counter. This may appear contrary to all native instincts and customs, until you realise - and this is spooky - that the queue is still there, and the bar staff are aware of each person窶s position in the 窶invisible窶 queue."
Google = Adobe
Love this XS650 - inspired by the Schwinn bicycles, apparently. Really simple and clean - attributes which are far from easy to achieve. I'd love to ride this. But I'd fit a front mudguard - even a minimal one would be better than nothing.
One step closer to a "real" Hipstamatic?
Camille. She Was.
I keep going back to look at this one again... lovely job.
A lovely photoshoot from a good friend of mine who is living the life, and who also has a very fine photographic eye.
"Give social networks fake details, advises Whitehall web security official" ...
"advice was described by Labour MP Helen Goodman as "totally outrageous".
Where totally outrageous = entirely realistic, and practical advice but not something that we wanted you to say out loud.
Rádio Etiópia. Music for Sinners.
Consistently wonderful playlists from a Bishop and a Cardinal.
Another volume of 'Genesis Revisited' from Steve Hackett. Can't wait to hear this - the first volume was, if this is possible, "more like Genesis" than the original songs.
Colour me excited.