Discussion in 'photography, graphics & art' started by Johnny Canuck3, Mar 1, 2010.
I didn't know you were still at school
Refused, that photo reminds me of this guy's work (even though the technique is like totally different and stuff): http://www.flickr.com/photos/av_producer/
Bury St Edmunds earlier today
Anybody see Cybertect lately. He's made conspicuous by his absence.
I was on holiday
Two from today back in SE1
I am rather falling in love with London Bridge Station's signal box.
Wow, he's like Beetlejuice, only you only have to say his name once
got that one already son!
good job someone is.
Welcome back. Your contributions to the thread are valued.
I hope you took a lot of photos on holidays.
Is it just me, or is that maybe the first or second time that we've seen a photo from you with a person in it?
Had another go at gimping these
Good to see you back Cyberface. And Stow, that second one is luverly.
A few from last month, Nottingham's "light night".
Probably more later.
Nederlandse Spoorwegen (that's the Dutch Trains) cleaners are striking and staging a sit in at Utrecht Station.
At The Shard site today
[yes, he was whacking that steel diagonal bracing member out with a sledgehammer ]
What do you think, is this one a bit too busy?
Must be protest season in The Netherlands.
Dutch students picketing the Ministry of Science, Education and Culture over proposed changes in education financing.
"Education Is Important"
"I Am Angry"
One more set from Nottingham's light night
'Cosmonauts' in Nottingham Contemporary
At this point one of them asked the child
Cosmonaut [in thick faux russian accent] "What's your name?"
Cosmonaut [in thick faux russian accent] "Peter is no good, is not russian name. You need strong russian name like Ivan."
Me: [in my head] "WTF?!" (I'd use a facepalm at this point, but it counts as a picture.)
Polka projections in the alley of the Alley Cafe
Another of the inflatable cones
And another one from the fire-garden (bit pleased with this one)
Elevator of Tower Bridge House, by Richard Rogers Partnership, 2005
Hacoflex Twin Lens Reflex Camera dating from the 1950's
It is very similar to an early Rolleicord in feel and operation.
Some more of my usual stuff.
A slideshow of the whole set is here:-
Elephant sculpture at Bristol Zoo
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