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    Ptooff! Jonny's Avatar
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    Was in Manchester the other night killing time while my eldest was at a Bastille gig (no idea who they are, I just dropped her and her mates off without asking any questions)



    And a couple of pics from the ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE gig I went to last week...



    Letterboxd - "Henry Silva has a small zoo at home and his weapon of choice is a bazooka"

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    Scholar of Sleaze Paul L's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul h. View Post
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    Nice one!

    I took this one the other day: it's a group of bait diggers on my local beach. I think it works nicely.


    DSC_0025-1 by The Somafree Institute, on Flickr
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    Letterboxd - "Henry Silva has a small zoo at home and his weapon of choice is a bazooka"

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    Scholar of Sleaze Paul L's Avatar
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    Now, that's a cool shot, Jonny
    'You know, I'd almost forgotten what your eyes looked like. Still the same. Pissholes in the snow'

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    I was quite pleased with this image, which I took 'from the hip' as I walked past a studio in which a live debate was being recorded for a local television station. I liked the way the three guests had similar - but different - body language (the folded hands, with the guest on the end's bowed head reminding me of a prisoner waiting to be executed) and the juxtaposition with the distorted body shape of the figure on the right.


    Topic by The Somafree Institute, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul L View Post
    My favourite from the thread so far. I like the dots on the door.

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    The best shot from your last roll of film/memory card.

    That's so you don't bump your nose.

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    Yup but they also give a nice pop art vibe to a shot that already feels a bit '60s. Dual purpose dots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clive Smith View Post
    That's so you don't bump your nose.
    Surely at that height it wold only be DWARVES that bump their noses??

    Oh, and I actually thought it WAS taken in the 1960's when I first saw it...

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