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The Middle Of Yesterday

by James D Clarke

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I work and play on the internet. Check out my written blog href="http://www.jamesdclarke.com" target="_blank" ahref="http://www.jamesdclarke.com">www.jamesdclarke.com for more about me, and Twitter for daily thoughts.

All photos posted since 22.07.08 are taken with my 5 Megapixel Nokia N95 8GB.

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My highlights | My top rated images | Gigs | Aston Villa | Cats | Me | Jordan | Steph | Walsall | Birmingham | London | Newquay | Edinburgh | HESFES '07 | HESFES '08 | Retro | Snow!

 

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That'll do nicely!

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According to my weather widget, we're going to have some cloud-free warm
weather this week!
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She chose the red pill...

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The other type of mobile...

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New Wembley: The national anthem...

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The end of the national anthem and a look at the new stadium, shot on my
Dad's N80 cause the video quality sucks on my K800i!

New Wembley: Homeward Bound...

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Back up the motorway to Brum...

New Wembley: The Match

1. A panoramic shot of our view (not bad for a tenner!)

2. Fans

3. Stato & Dicko

4. Me and my Dad

5. Score Board

6. England U16s bs Spain U16s

7. The concourse - much nicer than the old one, not horrible concrete, lots and lots of food places and staff all over the place. It was a nice relaxed atmosphere, although there were only 28,000 of a possible 90,000 people in there and it was a friendly, so nothing like a proper game!

8. Leaving Wembley, a mirror image...

New Wembley: The Arch!

The arch is pretty impressive - it's nice that it comes onto the ground outside (as opposed to the roof) so you can stand next to it. I thought it went from one side of the pitch to the other following the half-way line, but it actually goes from one goal end to the other - making it even bigger!

I'm not sure if you can see in the photos, but there's a little platform in the centre of it which has a camera mounted in it - meaning the camera can zoom along the length of the arch! Expect some great aerial shots once the big competitive matches start there!

New Wembley: The arrival!

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1. First sighting!2. Tube station architecture3. Extreme Tube queueing system!4. Dicko is Mr N once again!