Posts Tagged: 'london'
I recently spent a morning at Tate Britain viewing the Don McCullin retrospective. Don McCullin is one of my favourite photographers; I forget how I discovered him, I think I originally stumbled across his autobiography Unreasonable Behaviour in a book shop and was fascinated by his life and images. McCullin is perhaps most known as Continue Reading
I’ve just returned from the excellent Pixel Pioneers conference in Belfast. I flew from Heathrow to Belfast City, a quick hop over the Irish Sea. On the way out the weather was misty with very low cloud; just moments after we left the ground we were above the clouds, emerging into bright, beautiful sunshine. I never Continue Reading
I heard this track on the radio this morning, and was reminded of the great video featuring the wonderful Bob Hoskins.
That’s What I Like by Chas and Dave was one of Bradley Wiggin’s Desert Island Discs (Spotify), and it’s a work of feel good cockney genius only rivalled by Reasons to Be Cheerful Pt. 3 by Ian Dury and The Blockheads – which was also on Wiggo’s Desert Island playlist. Enjoy…
A windy London Blowing dust into my eyes More tears in the rain
I love London, I love time-lapse and I love this video.
Made With Hyperlapse
The Long Good Friday is one of my favourite films, and has one of the best endings ever committed to celluloid. The way in which Bob Hoskins conveys a range of emotions from surprise to anger to realisation and finally acceptance without speaking a word is mesmerising. A wonderful actor and a huge loss. Bob Hoskins Continue Reading