Archive for June, 2007

Church Railing(re-post)

June 30, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  2 Comments

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I love the design on this. Another shot tomorrow from the same church

Accordian player.

June 29, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  4 Comments

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I havn’t posted any music/gig pics for a while. This was yet another gig at my favorite venue in Newcastle(The Cluny) and this guy was the accordian player with legendary country rocker,Joe Ely(who I am guessing most of you havnt heard of….well you should have done!)

Break Time.

June 28, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  3 Comments

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Two roadsweepers take a break form what must be a pretty boring job!

Watch out below.

June 27, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  8 Comments

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There isn’t much you could offer me to get up in one of these. I hate heights and even though this is only about 30 foot in the air it would still set my knees off tingling!

What do you think?

June 26, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  6 Comments

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I should have included this image last week when I was showing you the area that had been built upon and improved. This is a piece of concrete outside some luxery flats.I really don’t know what to make of this… you like it?

‘Mod’ fire alarm

June 25, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  1 Comment

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A target that all ‘mods’ had on their parkas. Love the use of it here on a record shop fire alarm.

wots the score?(re-post)

June 24, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  2 Comments

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You can read the message on this one. I hate ‘text-speak’!!

Steel text.(re-post)

June 23, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  1 Comment

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This is a long winding strip of metal in Waterloo square that has lots of text messages that people were asked to send to a special number.I love it.(another view tomorrow)


June 22, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  6 Comments

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Across the square from where we were yesterday is one of the newest(and most popular) restaurants in town.

Steps to All Saints Church.

June 21, 2007  |  Newcastle upon Tyne  |  5 Comments

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From where I was stood yesterday,if you turn to your left about 45 degrees you can see these steps leading up to the old church. These are pretty much all that was here a couple of years ago. You can see on the right part of new flats that were built.