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:: 2014 retrospective ::

2014 was a vast improvement on the previous year. Still very fragile at time, and the anniversary of the meltdown was a bit wobbly, but all in all, it has been a good year. A very good year in fact. … Continue reading

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Russian Revolutionary Posters – Tate Modern, May 2014

Glasnost and perestroika. ‘Openness’ and ‘re-organisation’. Two words I strongly associate with my younger self. Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader at the time, was working to bring an end to the Cold War. These were dangerous times. Would we have peace, finally? Or were we … Continue reading

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Glorious March

What a lovely day! Well, the whole weekend has been lovely actually. This morning, I despatched the Other Half to the Natural History Museum (he was keen to see the Wildlife Photographer of The Year 2013 exhibition) and spent a … Continue reading

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