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MA in Photography, Falmouth University, Module 4, Sustainable Prospects; Week One

During week one of the sustainable prospects module we discussed the roles of photographically qualified people around us and the roles that we note people play in this ‘media industry’.  768 more words

Sustainable Prospects

NOTICE: Change of Format / Pagbabagong-porma

(Mag-scroll pababa upang makita ang salin sa Tagalog)

Hi reader!

I know you’ve been used to me sharing personal stories–and occasionally, some political views–here in this blog, but these past few days have been different, and so I might be sharing different things here as well. 566 more words

Blogging

THINGS I LOVED/HATED THIS WEEK #187

LOVE:

Waffle House:

I would happily drive all the way to Kansas City to enjoy a meal at the Waffle House. This beloved institution gets a lot of crap from the general public, but those that demean and dismiss this gourmet institution are tasteless fools. 2,004 more words

Travel

Post on post

Pardon the pun.

My package arrived! So I have four books to rebind now :) and while I had an idea to how to bind two of them the delivery has changed that to ‘I have an idea on how to bind one of them’. 482 more words

Bookbinding

Kit's Crit: The Historian (Elizabeth Kostova)

Elizabeth Kostova’s epic novel The Historian is a rich and unusual retelling of the Dracula myth.  The narrator is an unnamed professor’s daughter who embarks on a quest to uncover the secrets of her family’s history, only to find herself drawn into the dark world of vampires descending from Vlad the Impaler. 156 more words

Reviews

The Historian

Here’s another book that has been on my to read list for quite some time. When the 2017 book challenge came out, I noticed I needed a book of letters. 298 more words

Books

At least we’ll have time for lunch before we have to catch our next train. The Gare de Nord has the most delicious sandwiches and we can use up my francs.

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