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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Grand Theft Moblog

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I'm having a quick holiday to Los Santos, and I thought I'd send back a few snaps.

Everybody here is so friendly - they've already welcomed me into some sort of club and people are so kind in letting me borrow their cars.

Tonight we're all off to a different neighbourhood to have a bit of a party - should be a hoot!
12th Jun 2005, 20:46   | tags:,,,comments (13)

Dracula's Graveyard Extra

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The sea-air gnaws away at the stonework in an oddly organic, crinkly way; some of the gravestones are almost untouched, others (like in the bottom pic) have got so thin they've snapped in two.

Quite an eerie place, it's easy to see how Bram might've been a little inspired.

A random group of black sheep roamed the overgrown cemetery.

On The Buses

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Didn't We Have A Lovely Time

...the day we went to Whitby.

Lookin' oot ower t'arber.
Dracula's Cathedral.
The strangest building, like, ever.
Dracula's graveyard.
Lovely stone typography.
Just Christmas, closing down.
Shandy + sun.

Old Luster

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ITV could do with a bit of that.
10th Jun 2005, 11:32   comments (0)

Sink Of Horror

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[ shudder ]
9th Jun 2005, 17:33   comments (5)

I Have Been... And Always Shall Be... Your Friend

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Drinkies in Favorit, Edinburgh.

Steve's ceramic-plastic cups.