After the last one, Spring stepped it up a gear; there are buds and everything. Brill. Got me thinking about outdoor swimming and the power of the sea and all sorts of goodies. Have another 'summer's not far away' wallpaper on us.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Monday, February 14, 2011
It was the pissiest wet day today. The sky was terminally grey, the mud was like molasses and the sheep looked hacked off. Still, there were snowdrops everywhere so that must mean Spring's on its way. What better for a Monday morning than a reminder that spring is on its way. Download our wallpaper for your desktop. Click on the image and save.
Posted by TT at 01:43
Friday, February 11, 2011
I was flicking through my big fat virtual list of photograph sites today and I came across a thread from the New York City site, Wired New York which is worth a look anyway, but in particular this thread which focuses on photographs mainly from the 19th Century. I've posted my favourite one here of a gargoyle on The Chrysler Building (the best one in Manhattan I reckon). It's so shiny and new, it looks like a poor prop from an early Bond movie, then you see the skyline. Enough of me wittering on already, go and have a look at the gallery. It's great anyway, better if you've been and probably best if you're intimate with the place or live there. I've chucked in a couple of my modern day ones for good measure.
Tuesday, February 01, 2011
After a long day photographing coffee for the guys mentioned yesterday, I thought I'd show you some more of the artier ones today. Needless to say, we weren't on location in El Salvador as some of the wording might suggest.
Great Day for Lensfunk today photographing coffee roasters with some great guys. I'll post some more photos for you later in the week (it only seems fair to give them to the subjects first!) but here's a taster of what we got up to in between Latte Art and guzzling too much flat white. If you're looking for a supplier of fine coffee, want a roaster or to find out more about barista-ing , get in touch with these guys on the links below. Incidentally, spell check thinks barista should be sitarist or Barnstaple. Nice.
Posted by TT at 01:28