Monthly Archives: June 2016

The world has gone bonkers

Well Boris Johnson has shafted the whole country – too strong maybe but I’ll get onto that in a moment.   He has decided not to stand for leader of the Conservative party.  It was the conventional wisdom that the … Continue reading

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Uncertain

These images were captured a week ago today and they already look like they were in another country, another time.  Since they were made the roof has collapsed on everything that seems to pass as normality in Britain.   Some … Continue reading

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Second Thoughts

Having slept on things I now have a better sense of where Britain is after the most monumental 24 hours in political history for an awful long time and I have to say it is clear that no one really … Continue reading

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Some first thoughts

So we have voted to leave the European Union (EU) by a small but significant margin.  For anyone who has been reading this blog over the months will know that I want to Remain but the people have spoken and … Continue reading

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Whatever your views – VOTE

Two years ago I stood in the market place at Boston, Lincolnshire and I felt positive about the world.  The sun was shining, the coalition was still in power and I thought that the chances of a referendum on the … Continue reading

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Sad Eyes

There are many feelings clashing through my brain at the moment, non of them on the positive side of the gauge.  I guess the senseless murder of Jo Cox has had a greater effect on me than I would have … Continue reading

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Siri is shit

A short while ago I made a rather pathetic joke saying that voting for Voldemort made more sense than voting for Donald Trump.   The last week it would seem that he who must not named may well be back.  Of … Continue reading

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Age of Innocents

As you get older one of the things that you loose is your sense of innocence and wonder.  Life burns into your heart and evaporates the child’s eye that we all are burnt with.  Now of course the ageing process … Continue reading

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Young girl get out

Just when you thought it was safe to start thinking that there were some ‘stars’ from your childhood and formative life that might not be just a bit bent up pops Clement Fraud (That is a typo but somehow it … Continue reading

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She’s walking back to me…

Visiting the past for a purpose: These images were captured in 2011 but only know I have found time or been inspired to work on the images.  So, when do these images date to 2011 or 2016?   At the … Continue reading

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