30th December 2004 - bit of a cheat as I can only count this as today's image because I manipulated it this evening. However....
30 December 2004
28 December 2004
22nd December 2004 - rubbish pic I'm afraid, tho' in being so it matches the service offered by South West Trains.
21 December 2004
20th December 2004 - reading the paper in Starbucks at lunchtime. Blue light, red upholstery, beige furniture .... I'm going maaaaddd you know.
21st Dec 2004 again - this one is better is it not? Still cr*p, obviously, but better nontheless. By the way, the spookiness of the homogenising world is becoming ever more apparent isn't it? Maybe it's just my way of looking at things - I ought to try and get out more.
21st Dec 2004 - transferred to computer from my phone via bluetooth, a first for me... I'm sure you're all thrilled. Anyway, it shows the landing lights outside Robert Dyas in Richmond. Rubbish quality of course, but the medium is the message. Or something.
18 December 2004
9th December 2004 - Oxford Street - awful quality as taken on phone but I like the lights this year - brutal in their simplicity - and I thought you should see them.
10th December 2004 - Sven at work. Looks like he's talking to Gordon Brown. A colleague took this one on her phone.
17 December 2004
17th December 2004 - the orange sign in the background says "Social Workers". I won't tell you what I was doing here... And yes, it is a portakabin. I tried to take the picture serruptitiously for various reasons - anyway, the upshot was that I had my camera on video mode which explains (a) why the whole shot is composed of five pixels total; and (b) why the left-hand edge of the shot shouldn't be there.
6th December 2004 - check out the donkey rider. While you are at it, reflect on the fact that this may well be the most interesting sight in Geneva. That, and the fact that an omelette and two slices of tomato costs £9.00. Which is nice.
12 December 2004
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Having spent Friday night in prison in Oxford I wanted to recuperate a little yesterday and so took the time to visit the Ansel Adams exhibi...
You're probably sick of reading Niemöller's quote but here it is again - why not have another butcher's': "First they...