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Gabija, Rigs by Nathan Thomas Jones

Sweet Wheat

This image is now available as an exhibition quality print in 3 sizes. Click here: Rigs

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Look what the cat dragged in

Still life by Leonard Cohen (the cat).

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Gabija–Stairs by Nathan Thomas Jones

Gabija

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Parklife, Queens Park, Glasgow

Spot the grape

 

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Hastings Pier

Hastings Pier engineering

Hastings Pier Engineer team have been up at the crack of dawn over the summer, doing work that can only be done at times the pier is not in public use. I joined them, after watching the sun rise over Hastings Castle, and a sky ribbed in pink and blue. Hastings Pier has won several […]

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Perry & Ani

Cat in a bag

 

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Glasgow, 1980

Currently shooting in Glasgow. These images by Raymond Depardon, from Magnum, have been a great insight into that time. The tower blocks are all gone now, including Norfolk Court*, that was blown up last time I was in Glasgow, last year. The shipbuilding industry, from being the world’s industrial centre, is decimated. There is still […]

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White Rose by Nathan Thomas Jones

White Rose

The red rose whispers of passion, And the white rose breathes of love; O, the red rose is a falcon, And the white rose is a dove. But I send you a cream-white rosebud With a flush on its petal tips; For the love that is purest and sweetest Has a kiss of desire on […]

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Woman reading on bench, Queen's Park, Glasgow

Over the hill

 

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Koda

You, and me always

 

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Give Way Zoe & Coda

Give Way

 

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A study in yellow

A study in yellow

Spotted near a school’s gate, home time.

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Woman on London Underground with balloons

Montgolfier moment

 

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Ophelia

I feel for you

Man takes most pointless photo ever. Fade to black, and curtain.

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I'm still here

I’m still here

The day after Hurricane Aileen, Hastings Seafront.

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Heart & Hand

Heart & Hand

At the Heart & Hand, the jukebox is generally so good, that you can ‘lucky dip’, by poking in any old numbers to get a good playlist. It only takes old pound coins though, but you can swap them at the bar. I was once asked to play here. I played guitar, stood in front […]

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