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Sucker for reflections and repeating geometry. Erratic uploader but always taking more pics. Now more behind than ever thanks to several recent work trips.

Currently shooting with a Panasonic DMC-TZ3, which has all the zoom I could ever need, but lacks some other refinements. It'll do until there's an affordable SLR with enormo-zoom that I can fit in my pocket; watching the Four Thirds consortium with interest ...

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Sculpture, Whitworth Park, Manchester

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29th Sep 2007, 16:56   | tags:,,,

Steve says:

That's a bit good

29th Sep 2007, 16:57

itchymoblog says:

Isn't it great? Photography heaven, too.

30th Sep 2007, 09:51

Shawk says:

where exactly in Whitworth Park did you find this? I have never seen it

2nd May 2012, 14:23

Anonymous says:

It wasn't in the park - it was on temporary display outside the Whitworth Art Gallery.

2nd May 2012, 14:31

Elhii(info-at-mompoutapas-dot-com) says:

I absolutely adore this comic.Yes, the lulls in beewten are long, but I for one have no issues with them. The spaces beewten pages makes them seem almost like a gift, like something special that should be savored, and that's what this comic is.I studied the way you color and line your pages, as well as how you use facial expressions, and I have to say, it's helped me a great deal in my own artwork. The almost casual grace some of the characters seem to have is amazing, and how you translate each personality through their body language is just astounding.Thankyou so much for producing this wonderful work of art, and I will always check back for updates until the day it reaches it end. I will never leave The Meek. It is far too good.I appreciate all the work you do, dear. I hope you feel better soon, and that all your health problems will clear up without too much trouble.Get well!-Vee

21st Aug 2012, 00:30

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