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Dude is Sinbad's tonic

Cheltenham’s Open meeting broke all previous crowd records for Saturday’s running of the Paddy Power Gold Cup, with over 35,000 punters in attendance. It’s a meeting regularly marked in the calendar by former Gloucester and England rugby player James Simpson-Daniel, even if his own horse Monbeg Dude isn’t taking part. 769 more words

The sons of Benjamin (1 Chr 7:6-7:6)

“The three sons of Benjamin were Bela, Becher, and Jediael.”

Benjamin, the youngest of the sons of Jacob, had a number of sons. Based on… 262 more words


Regardless of political views and personal sentiments many people would openly admit that in terms of their national anthem, the former German Democratic Republic definitely managed to do something right. 956 more words


Week 5 - Sticker Stalker

With a keen interest in graffiti and its accompanying culture, its aspirational, ‘out for fame’ traditions that seem ingrained within the scene itself are something I have been exploring for a number of years. 316 more words

If the Bechers ever went to Dungeness...

If the Bechers ever went to Dungeness they might have made this. Only better.

As I walked along the main drag back towards the power station, I took a picture of each of the houses along the way. 61 more words


Vietnam Street Portraits

Obsessions with subject matter are commonplace among visual artists. Photographers are no exception. Famous examples in photography include Eugene Atget’s early morning documenting of empty Paris streets, … 892 more words


bernt & hilla becher

I caught the small exhibition (4 groups of 9 pictures ­ Cooling Towers, Water Towers, Gasometers and Commercial Facades ­ 1 of 15 pictures ­ Coal Bunkers ­ and some larger single images in a room off to one side) at the Spruth Mather gallery in Mayfair. 539 more words

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