Monthly Archives: September 2019

A Patch of Blue

On the train to London (to see the Cindy Sherman exhibition).  We are delayed at Royston: no way forward; no way back; no way of escape.  I look out of the window and the words from The Ballad of Reading … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 100

This may be number 100, but it’s not the end of the line. There’s a last film to be processed (see post 20th August) and then the final edit to choose the 100 that will go into the book.

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 099

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 098

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 097

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 096

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

Cindy Sherman

Saw the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery yesterday. Excellent and much more illuminating and rewarding than the recent TV programme. Catch it before it ends on 15th September.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 095

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 094

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

Bourton-on-the-Water

There is something admirable in true eccentricity.  C. A. Morris’s decision to build a one-ninth scale model of Bourton-on-the Water in the 1930s was eccentric (and why not one-tenth scale?), yet the result is admirable in its own way.  Exclude … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 093

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 092

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 091

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment

100 Photographs 088

Posted in 100 Photographs | Leave a comment