Month: June 2015

28th June 2015 / Procrastination

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27th June 2015 / Holiday

Perched high on a cliff, it’s easy to see why the haunting remains of Whitby Abbey were inspiration for Bram Stoker’s gothic tale of ‘Dracula’. Just a short climb away…

17th June 2015 / Procrastination

I have been going through petrol like mad!”

17th June 2015 / Music

As stated on this site, I have studied both Photography & Music Production at degree level (incomplete study – I may add – due to health reasons). Field recording is…

16th June 2015 / Procrastination

I think the equipment used here was a LEICA D-LUX 6. Either way – it is a good camera for street photography – except it looks like a camera. Ideally,…

15th June 2015 / Procrastination

Yup – things can be tough for you. However, look at this photo … There is something I wish to draw your attention to … This photo was taken as Usain…

12th June 2015 / Human Rights Issues

I too visited Sabah and rubbed the tribes people up the wrong way – nearly lost my head for my trouble. I am really worried for the safety of this (slightly naive and trusting) lady. How will the superstitious people held in the prison she will be sent to respond to her (in their eyes) misdemeanour? In this blog article, I would like to add my two pennies worth into the melee surrounding events in Sabah recently. A place that summons both dread, joy & wonder within me when I mutter the syllables.

It is not for me to tell anybody what to do with their body. I am all in favour that some people wish to express themselves by communing with nature in their birthday suit – however, this is my blog and therefore my take on experience.

To quote the MailOnline (note: no back link is given – do not click through to make their site more accessible):

MailOnline reported yesterday [11th June 2015] that Hawkins, former head girl at Ockbrook School in Derbyshire, is being held at a “far softer” police central lockup in Kepayan due to a request by her lawyer Ronny Cham over fears for her safety.

What I wish to draw your attention to in the above quote is “…. over fears for her safety.”

10th June 2015 / Folklore

Chip Spice, the spiced salt condiment has been part of the culinary landscape of Hull since 1979, when it was introduced by restaurant owner John Science at his innovative burger…