Monthly Archives: November 2012

Mirrors, and what they Reflect.

Did you look in the mirror today? Just once? With longing or loathing? Was it a glance or a gaze? Were you surprised? Mirror mirror on the wall, who is most narcissistic of them all? I believe the answer is everyone, to … Continue reading

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Some More Pictures

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Palestine 2012

The last few days in the Middle East have testified to the terrible atrocities man can commit against man. By contrast to the ugliness, I thought I would share some beautiful images I captured during my time there. Beauty and … Continue reading

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Longing, Returning, Belonging.

In most cases, a tea advert should illicit nothing more than a desire to drink tea.  Tea is a plain, uncomplicated, quotidian pleasure. It stands as an immovable bulwark against class and cultural divides. After water, it is the most … Continue reading

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Bruv, is Dis Topia?

I cannot recall the last time the sun’s rays stroked this place with tenderness. Bitter cold has long gripped this broken, decayed city. Apart from the few hours of murky light, impenetrable darkness settles over us. The trees are gnarled, … Continue reading

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Death and Art, Duel.

There was an article recently on the BBC website, reporting on research that had established that writers are more prone towards suffering from depression and other psychological maladies.  What the BBC deserves credit for is highlighting the need not to … Continue reading

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