I've made my decision and I'm here to stay: for the foreseeable future anyway. I'll have to post some interesting content of course and that is another challenge. You've probably noticed that I've changed templates and I will be doing so again I'm afraid. I realized that just showing photos was only interesting for a… Continue reading The suspense is over
For a precious time, we were inseparable. Our hair grew as the months went by, full of dreams and hope. Pale moonlight would filter through those dusty velvet curtains, as we listened reverentially to Dark Star, while outside, Edinburgh awaited it's damp nocturnal embrace. Sometimes I’d squeeze some notes from the upright piano, deliciously out… Continue reading Remembering Robert
Eros This is the last of my London photos for now. I'm sure you've recognised this statue of Eros from London's Piccadilly Circus. I've discovered that in actual fact the statue is modelled on Eros's brother Anteros and the monument is called the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain. You can follow the link above to learn more.
Some months back my wife and I saw a documentary on the American artist Georgia O'Keefe and learnt that the Tate Modern Gallery in London would be holding an exhibition. On a whim, we decided to travel to London by train to visit the gallery and purchased tickets for the day after our arrival. After… Continue reading A Visit to The National Gallery