Anthony Gormley (the talented British sculptor who created the Angel of the North) had an exhibition in London at the moment called ‘Blind Light’. Although it’s presented by the Hayward gallery, the exhibition is by no means confined there. In fact, according to the Southbank Centre website, it “features sculptural casts of the artist’s body […]
I know I’ve already taken far too many sunset photos, but this was something special. I do really enjoy the view from the top of our garden… There’s another shot, a closeup of next door’s ariel, which I particularly like.
Back from Wimbledon, where I spent Thursday and Friday in the IBM bunker, helping Ian run real and/or virtual tours of the Wimbledon event. Like last year, I managed to grab a few photos of the tennis. But perhaps more interestingly, I spent a while wandering around the championships to share a few photos of […]
Tired and jetlagged, going through my recent photos from New York I discovered a very happy surprise. The helicopter I had randomly snapped flying over Pier A had not just come out better than expected, it clearly showed the chopper was marked “Trump”. Checking the tail number (N76DT. I love the 12x optical zoom on […]
I took some photos of the Winchester fireworks, which happened to coincide beautifully with Nick and Jo’s wedding. More on Flickr.
I had the huge honour this weekend of organising Nick‘s stag do. I wanted to do something he’d really enjoy, and as I knew he was a bit of a surfer a weekend in Woolacombe seemed ideal. Seven of us squeezed into a cute little log cabin on Friday night before surfing all day on […]
Visited New York. I like it.
Ray and I went out for an evening walk today, aiming to take photos of the motorway and (Rachel’s idea) of trolleys in the Sainsburys/Marks & Spencers car park. While we were out, we came across a crowd of at least two or three hundred people at Hedge End. Rachel asked someone what was going […]
Ok.. so I was photographing rather than participating, but there was some very cool kite surfing happening at West Wittering this weekend. There were horse riders, walkers and windsurfers too.
I had to go to London for a couple of days to work with a customer in Notting Hill. Mrs Roo met me there on Wednesday night, and we enjoyed a lovely evening together being touristy. After a deliciously noodly meal at Wagamama we took our first ever spin in the London Eye, before exploring […]