Tag Archives: travel

Talking in Bed

This is a little sketch monologue I made this week, between jobs. I kind of let it go where it wanted to go, and that was as liberating as it sounds. And I mean for both the pictures and the … Continue reading

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North Song

Churches the colour of rye bread Those very verdigrised roofs Take me to a sea With its quiet hyphens of cargo To live with my back to the world

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Green Revisited Pictures of Lantau

New photographs of old photographs. Hong Kong Scenes like the Extra-Room Dream. Old Lantau Island’s Chung Hau Village replayed – and a raining morning under a tin roof, way back in Tsoi Yuen Tsuen. Safely stored since the beginning and … Continue reading

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Posts from the Var Side, 2016 – 2. Paintings Too

Walking the town, it’s an additional thrill to watch for walls and windows; the spaces between where most things are. And squaring these quite simply with the phone’s camera. My relationship with Instagram is a good one. I like the … Continue reading

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Posts from the Var Side, 2016 – 1. Found Paintings

Les couleurs du Sud, aside from being a wine brand it seems, emerges as my frame for looking at the land and sea and sky of this place where we find ourselves staying once more. I love finding paintings in these … Continue reading

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Starting the Sauerkraut

The first thing you should understand about cabbage in its finely-chopped state, is that it wants to be on the kitchen floor. It has, in common with Tupperware stored in a cupboard, a peculiarly horizontal relationship with gravity. Being aware … Continue reading

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Snowdonia, Croatia

I don’t know too much about what’s happening here; I mean what’s calling me to like what has happened. I do know there are echoes of worlds seen in stereoscopic viewfinders, offset-printed postcards, with their biscuit-tin variable inks, and the dry-brush-daubed landscapes … Continue reading

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New Photographs, Old Paintings

Searching for the things that connect, and I think that my father is there. The paintings (from years ago) were inspired by stories, events, from our ancestry. The photographs (from last week) were taken as he stayed in my car, … Continue reading

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