Remember The Message


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As we are starting to see some relaxation of the current restrictions, as the shops and other establishments are starting to open, we should not forget the basics.

Coronavirus (Covid-19) has not gone away.

Just like all the other forms of virus that are still out there, waiting to infect the unwary.

Keep your distance – Stay Safe.

If It’s Friday, It Must Be …………


Someones 50th Birthday !!!

@ Puccinis

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A veritable brace of Gorgeous Gels

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Yours truly with another Gorgeous Gel. I defy anyone to explain what is going on here.

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Ahem !! Look at the camera, No, This Camera !!!

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Is it a rose between two thorns or, a thorn between two roses. I know what my answer is.

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I know you’re taking my photo, but I’m not gonna look. This is my best side.

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The birthday girls knows which way to look.

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Pre-Puccinis

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Gorgeous Gels in Posh Frocks

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What are they looking so pleased about ?

Reggae Covers: Easy Star All Stars – Time (Waters/Gilmour/Mason/Wright)


Fabulous – I can see some Floyd fans absolutely hating this. But I love it. Gimme more…..

A Biscuit In The Sun

No collection of reggae covers would be complete without profuse mention of the groundbreaking 2003 ‘Dub Side of the Moon‘ project by NYC’s Easy Star All Stars dub collective. Subsequent ESAS projects have included ‘Radiodread‘ (a song-for-song transliteration of Radiohead‘s ‘OK Computer’) and the same treatment applied to The Beatles‘ seminal ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band’ via ‘Easy Star’s Lonely Heart’s Dub Band.’

So you run and you run to catch up with the sun but it’s sinking
Racing around to come up behind you again.
The sun is the same in a relative way but you’re older,
Shorter of breath and one day closer to death.

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View From The Conservatory


View From The Conservatory

I was on alien watch last night. Our back garden was ringing with the shrieking and wailing of wild beasts. The thumps and groans started in the mid evening and continued well into the wee small hours. The truth of the matter is that they, the anonymous they, were carrying out road works all through the night. Just as they had the previous evening. The machines make a noise akin to the sound that I imagine a thousand vacuum cleaners might make. As I was already suffering with a cold / flu / virus thingy and couldn’t sleep I thought i would try a bit of random photography. I am really quite pleased with the effects especially the “flying saucers” … lol. No batteries required.