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sunset over Towan

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4th Aug 2006, 14:23   comments (0)

theyre eating the building

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spot the product placement

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4th Aug 2006, 14:19   comments (0)

north vs south london

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20th Jul 2006, 09:08   comments (4)

Unicycle hokey action

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Well I first spotted the unicycle guys on the tube but now Ive seen them action. Im not quite sure what to make of it. "Why? " springs to mind.

Perhaps there is an excess of unicyclist in London with nothing to do in their spare time? I cant imagine its people sitting at home in front of the TV suddenly jumping up and saying, "I know Im gonna learn to ride one of these things and play hockey on it"?
17th May 2006, 23:19   | tags:,,,comments (4)

Dead or sleeping?

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From a passing train I felt that moment of fear when you think to yourself that this guy might actually be dead and I cant do anything about it.

Either way I reckon he's there for the night. Ive tried sleeping on a station bench before and its not good. I guess being super pissed and passed out would probably help.

Bristol Temple Mead station.
10th May 2006, 09:01   comments (2)


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Its the intercom to God. For enlightenment press button one. For all other enquiries press button 2 and wait for an angel.
10th May 2006, 09:01   comments (0)

Looking good, but for how long?

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Looking up at the new Palestra building, SE1. Its sharp asymmetrical shape and strips of colour stand out against the soft edges of a cloudy sky.

The question that comes to mind for me is whether it will still look good in 5 or 10 years time? If the design is good it should last. Or will it just look like another dated piece of architecture that people wish was pulled down?