Light & Dark

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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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I'm finding that this phonecam has a wildly different shutter delay: it's harder to judge how to take a motion-blur pic.
15th Mar 2005, 17:50   comments (0)

Almost Fistbang

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I've got a book to read (Quicksilver) but playing with the various tones produced by the desklamp is fun.
15th Mar 2005, 17:48   comments (0)


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For those of you who can't tell, this is a turkey with pork and apple stuffing sandwich held near a desklamp that's partially covered with Lee #119 gel. I've been sat up in the gantry waiting to fly something for the last two hours, and I'm about to go back and do nothing some more.
15th Mar 2005, 17:46   comments (0)


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Found in all our pigeonholes this morning.

Does anyone remember the eighties? Anyone?
15th Mar 2005, 12:51   comments (30)

Halls Of Learning

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I've just dropped off my last hand-in of the term. Woo.

Here are some pictures of Pillar Hall in the Mansion.
15th Mar 2005, 12:04   comments (11)

Dog. Hat.

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Tom's little dog. Wearing a hat.
15th Mar 2005, 00:02   comments (10)

Flickr Thing

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Try it out

Change the URL, or refresh for new pictures.
13th Mar 2005, 23:56   comments (4)

That Bird Table In Slightly Less Detail

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Environments Project: Birdtable, Shaun Pickard, 1999, Concrete

For a slightly better idea of size.
13th Mar 2005, 19:06   comments (2)