Monthly Archives: March 2009

iLarceny

Until a couple of days ago everything worked, but suddenly ican’t get plugins. What does this mean? It means no you tube videos or any other encoded videos and no graphs and stuff like that. What has happened is that … Continue reading

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Excuse me

I am just pausing to make a picturesque pose with these washed up lobster pots and whatnot.

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Perspective

I don’t know much about the technicalities of photography, cameras these days are kind to users, auto-focussing and everything. But when you use a telephoto lens up quite short as in this shot, it does something to compress the focal … Continue reading

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Henry Moore

They have quite a few of his works at the Sainsbury Centre at the UEA here in Norwich. Though Moore is best known for his sculpture, I am always attracted to his drawings which are sometimes preliminary sketches for the … Continue reading

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Working Class Promo III

From about 1.09 mins in. The bloke doesn’t start that well, but that’s mainly because he’d abandoned his driving seat & legged it through town swearing at all the red lights which had been conspiring against him and had arrived … Continue reading

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The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of a Shoal of Lego

Piece here in the Guardian. My own version of the same from the Moma. You can only imagine my excitement.

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Orange Curve, 1964

Here’s something to be brightening the place up while I think of the next thing that needs saying. I know this site has a substantial Ellsworth Kelly fanclub.

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