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i now have a FLICKR page too!


"why would a reviewer make the point of saying someone's *not* a genius? do you especially think i'm *not* a genius? you didn't even have to think about it, did you?"






"monkeys are superior to men in this: when a monkey looks into a mirror, he sees a monkey.”







"i am secretly afraid of animals.... i think it is because of the usness in their eyes, with the underlying not-usness which belies it, and is so tragic a reminder of the lost age when we human beings branched off and left them: left them to eternal inarticulateness and slavery. why? their eyes seem to ask us."







"we've all heard that a million monkeys banging on a million typewriters will eventually reproduce the entire works of shakespeare. thanks to the internet, we now know this is not true..."







african monkey proverb: "the day the monkey is destined to die, all the trees get slippery."







"i'll buy a bunch of monkeys, dress them up, and make them re-enact the civil war"



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sunset on the scillys

bloody grain!

4th Aug 2006, 12:02

paintist says:

everything is grainy...even your page looks grainy on my computer.......

4th Aug 2006, 12:13

really? hmmm, must be leaking off the photos

4th Aug 2006, 12:14

yourhermione says:

I think the grain makes it more lovely. It's a wonderful effect. I like the middle one best.

4th Aug 2006, 13:20

P maybe you have a dirty monitor!:P i like the grain! did the acctual photos come out ok? is it just the scan or both?

4th Aug 2006, 13:25

Caine says:

Grain or no, these are terrific pics. I like the top and last shots best. :)

4th Aug 2006, 13:46

b-lamb: the photos were fine, it just the scans. its weird, as in all my years of scanning stuff myself, or getting stuff scanned at this place, its never happened before. luckily, i like the result, otherwise there would have been 'an incident' at truprint.

caine: thanks a lot - the sunset was really swift, and i blew a whole film on it - i just can't help myself when i see something that beautiful. these are *sort of* beginning, middle, and end.

7th Aug 2006, 11:46

monkey have you seen the action sampler shots on my blog? youll love them. i dont let the people scan my stuff i just do it when i get home!

7th Aug 2006, 11:59

i have, they were great. didn't comment, because frankly i couldn't think of anything constructive.

i'd love to scan at home, but i don't have a 'puter

7th Aug 2006, 12:08

i thought you had the little old one?

7th Aug 2006, 12:16

that was tom's imac, which is buggered, and he's taken it back now, and it doesn't have a scanner, or an internet connection, blah blah blah blah

7th Aug 2006, 12:19

MaggieD says:

Lovely, Lovely, Lovely.......

7th Aug 2006, 13:15

paintist says:

i have a scanner you can have....no puter tho....

7th Aug 2006, 13:21

i really do need to invest in one. maybe next bonus-month

7th Aug 2006, 13:24

MaggieD says:

If you are looking for a computer and have no money to spare try Free Cycle ... Dave is always getting rid of old computers from Goldsmiths' (when they upgrade) via free cycle .....obviously they will not be the most up to date ... but then they are free ......

7th Aug 2006, 13:26

hmmmm. veery interesting....

7th Aug 2006, 13:26

MaggieD says:

If you are anywhere within easy reach of London, Dave says he has a few he is looking to free cycle at the moment ... pretty old ones though eg. Athalon PC 750 Meghrtz, 10 Gig Hard Drive 64 meg memory 17" monitor ..... you could upgrade it .... depends what you want to use it for ......

7th Aug 2006, 13:37

Viv says:

they are lovely

7th Aug 2006, 13:42

getting to london is a bit tricky - i'm over in bristol. i had a look at the bristol area one though, and there's a couple of options - i'll investigate. thanks though.

7th Aug 2006, 15:24