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Censory Deprivation

There is a sensational scene in the movie Independence Day where Will Smith’s character, talented fighter pilot Captain Steven Hiller, manages to outmaneuver a small squadron of alien spaceships somewhere among the rocky mountains of the Nevada desert. 611 more words

Travel

Best artistic blur techniques for bird photography

If you are more on the creative side than the documentary side, you surely have tried to create some artistic blurs along your bird photography adventure. 560 more words

LOVE SERIES III: Rainbow Eyes

“Never cared for yesterday’s…Fancies in the air” -Rainbow- Rainbow eyes.

Selfies and Portraits
Smiles and poses
Dates and cafes
Strolls and quick paces
Love accelerates… 43 more words

Anniversary Albums: Blur "Modern Life Is Rubbish" (1993)

Episode Info:

On this episode of anniversary albums, we take a look at the second studio album from Britpop band Blur “Modern Life Is Rubbish.” Released in 1993, on this record, Blur changed their sound completely from a shoegaze-influenced style to a 60s pop-influenced style which helped start Britpop in the UK. 21 more words

Blur

Album: Blur

Artist: Blur

Released: February 10th, 1997

Highlights: Beetlebum, Song 2, You’re So Great, Look Inside America

The cover of Blur’s self-titled fifth album is immensely appropriate: a picture, whose lack of focus evokes urgency as well as speed, depicting the moment when a patient is rushed into an emergency room on a stretcher. 783 more words

Music

Coal Black Mornings

Coal Black Mornings (2018)
Brett Anderson

Though this blog is primarily dedicated to the reading I’m doing to satisfy my post-punk itch, I do have other musical obsessions: mainly Britpop and Cool Cymru which are two sides of the same 1990s coin. 1,106 more words