Month: April 2018
Cycling in the Netherlands – video
Mamil stands for ‘middle aged man in lycra’ and the term was coined to describe er…middle aged men in lycra who ride bicycles. For some reason it has become a term of mockery and abuse and conjures up images of usually professional, fairly well-to-do, invariably overweight, married often with youngish children, men who crowd the … Continue reading Mamil
Photographs from a day in Whitstable, Kent with my daughter, Rachel, in October 2017.
Photographs from a day in Dungeness, Kent with my daughter, Rachel, on 31 August 2017.
Ready Player One
Ready Player One (awful title) is set in the future where most of the world’s population (except the ones that are still starving presumably) spend their days playing a massive alternative reality video game called Oasis, devised by autistic recluse James Halliday, played by Mark Rylance. Halliday (is this a nod to the late French … Continue reading Ready Player One
Photographs from a trip to Prague with my daughter Rachel, in March 2018. On Charles Bridge On Charles Bridge Royal Palace John Lennon wall On Charles Bridge Royal Palace View from Old Town Hall Old Jewish cemetery On Charles Bridge
Isle of Dogs
I want to live in Wes Anderson’s world. My world is grey and cold and it rains, and it’s dirty and grubby and many of the people aren’t very nice. There are things in my world that shouldn’t be there; it’s confusing and scary and there is darkness and sadness and a lack of order … Continue reading Isle of Dogs