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Yellow twig road

January 15, 2013


Last summer Eton Dorney was a mad hive of activity as lycra clad athletes from across the globe, as well as their friends, family and adoring fans, descended upon Dorney Lake to be part of the biggest UK sporting event of our time – the London Olympics. I wasn’t lucky enough to snap up a […]

January tinted glasses

January 8, 2013


Humans are a predictable bunch, especially at this time of year. After the alcohol infused din of festive season revelry has dwindled and eventually died, those of us fortunate enough to have spent the last couple of weeks overindulging with loved ones are generally doing one of three things. De-toxing, wallowing in a pit of […]

Christmas marketing and the hysteria illusion

December 23, 2012


“Why do they call it ‘Christmas time’, when ‘time’ is the one thing you don’t have at Christmas?” sighs the Curry’s voice-over man on the radio. Before we have a chance to ponder whether this is true, he’s chipper as a grotto elf and explaining how the electrical shop plans to make buying their wares […]