The People’s March for Europe

These photos were taken on a pro-European march a few weeks back. I should probably write a bit more about it, but since legislation was introduced in the late 1990s to make civil discussion about politics on the internet illegal, I’ve found it’s best just to keep quiet.

London, Sep 09 2017
Nikon F90x / Kodak Tmax 400 / Developed in D76 1+1

Hawaiian Party

Way back in August, those of us who work in the London office and who spent May in the US supporting the {airline name redacted} project were rewarded with a party. We gathered on the side of the river and were whisked away on a cruise along the Thames. Sadly I very quickly lost the light and was only able to fire off half a roll. Which is probably a good thing, as thanks to the free bar things got seriously out of focus soon after.

Nikon F90x / Kodak Tmax 400


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Just Be Nice

Saturday saw the annual Stand Up To Racism March in London. I went on the same march last year and compared with now, 2016 seems like a land of unicorns and rainbows. Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen, Nigel Farage, Geert Wilders; these are all very naughty boys and girls and it’s disappointing their mothers didn’t teach them better manners.

My solution? Just be nice, people. OK?

There you go, sorted.

You’re welcome.

Stand Up To Racism, March & Rally, London, 18 March 2017
Nikon F90X / Kodak Tmax 400 / Developed in D76 1+1

Women’s March & Trump Protest, London

21 January 2017
Nikon F90X / Kodak Tmax 400 / Developed in D76 1+1

Batman. Yes, really.

I recently made a new friend.

Nikon F90X / Kodak Tmax 400 / Developed in D76 1+1

World Zombie Day 2016

It’s that time of year again when Londoners dress up as the undead and maraud through the streets raising money for homeless charity St Mungo’s.

This year, one zombie remarked to me, the chance to practice wandering through a post-apocalyptic wasteland was particularly important. With his decaying brain and rotten stench, Donald Trump still hasn’t completely obliterated his chances of becoming US President.

London, 08 October 2016
Nikon F90X / Kodak Tmax 400 / Developed in D76 1+1

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