At the start of the year, my nephew and I took his canal boat out. On the canal it was bitterly cold; water pulls down the cold. We battled on, […]
I suppose this could be termed, suffering for ones art. Either way, here is a fish eye from earlier in the year, with my friend, Bill relaxing one Sunday morning.
When Gideon Osborne, the UK Chancellor,announced a drop in the top rate of tax from 50p to 45p, there was, predictably, uproar. That, however died away after a while, as […]
I have written previously about the ‘art blocks’ in Stevenson Square. These are old advertising pillars which the council have agreed can be used by responsible graffito artists. The works […]
The area of Gorton in the east of Manchester was once a crowded area that slowly declined in to a slum area that was eventually razed and rebuilt. Much of […]
Its starting to get cold here, but the days alternate between dull and miserable, to bright and autumnal. We went up to the local canal on a still clear day […]