photography and innocence

“It is photography itself that creates the illusion of innocence. Its ironies of frozen narrative lend to its subjects an apparent unawareness that they will change or die. 51 more words

On Photography

Sonisphere Review: Friday

So last weekend was the return of Sonisphere, something I’m sure the majority of rock and metal fans were very happy about.  I managed to make my way to the festival and watch a whole bunch of fantastic (and not so fantastic) bands do their thing, so read on for Ramblings About’s official opinion on everyone we managed to catch at Knebworth.


Feature Pet: Gus the Tibetan Terrier

I recently read an article discussing the disputed phenomenon known as “Black Dog Syndrome“. Basically, staff who work at animal shelters have found that black dogs are less likely to be adopted than lighter coloured dogs. 169 more words


Live Review: Black Dogs / BEAR / Employed To Serve / Victorian Whore Dogs (The Boileroom, Guildford, 7/7/14)

Nothing gets you in the mood for a metal gig quite as effectively as car trouble. When reviewing gigs, you want to be like Mel Gibson’s character in  312 more words


Minion is looking for a home with dogs!

This guy is around 1-2 years old and had been returned to the shelter and was so scared being back. Dog Town scooped him up. 82 more words

Two of My Favorite Things

dogs and water-how can you go wrong?

Today’s portrait features Buddy, a 3-4 year old Newfoundland and Labrador Retriever mix. Buddy belongs to the owners of the property that I am working at this week. 124 more words