Friday, October 19, 2012

Time For Snow

Getting colder here, here are some old snow pictures from before NZ.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Intersting Folk.

not exactly a rave, but a sweet party none the less.

Winter Comes.

world map and Korean flag

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Three more Korean Pictures. Random.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012


Old festival pictures, Roskilde 2008 or 9 not to sure at moment...but that is The Notwist playing in the second picture to the bottom if that helps. # EPIC.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Man In a Van

Pictures of my 'man in a van' job, lucky me getting to drive around south England and get paid for it. A nice couple of days of sun...Sometimes the sun comes out in England. 

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Autumn In England.

Teck Talk. 

Testing out my new camera, Fujifilm Finepix T350. Seems to be handling different in the different types of light, seems almost strong contrasting images especially in blacks and whites as you can see in the cat image, I think over all I prefer there older camera but hopefully I just need to get used to this one.

Pictures from my house in, Autumn. In England.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Kissing family's- Silversun Pickups. Old but good tuneage. (Just FYI)

Friday, September 21, 2012

Truck Fest 2012

Well the time-line is a bit out, this festival was a few months ago but procrastination got the better of me and I never got round to posting some pictures of truck festival 2012. Great fun , very chilled out festival with great mix of bands, hats of the the guys who run it, I have never had a bad time there.
As you can tell I played around with the images... Why? because I want to. 

Monday, September 17, 2012


I have been told that this was not the best summer for growing your own food, well, with around 30 days of sun at the most I am not supprised, however, this being my first attempt I think my enthusiasum helped my plants a long some what.
My best creature being the huge tomato plant (third picture down) that showed no signs of stopping its epic growth even after I clipped its wings. The plant was a 'moneymaker' tomato (tho I like to call it the Jan Harler dominator!), ether way, I can see why the name was given to it, with almost no effort I must have harvested several kgs of beautiful sweet tommies, I would say (in my limited expertise) a must for the first time grower.
Note Damon Davis and his lurverly rut veg mmmmmm. 

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Sunset On A Plane

Just a note: why do Ryan air think it is ok to short change you on there flights? Both on the way to and from Spain I was told there was no change for the drinks I bought, I had to later chase them down for a whole 6 Euros which was so easily forgotten by the stewardess, Flight was fine and the pilot did his best to avoid turbulence but my advice if flying Ryan...don't shop on board.

Alicante castle and some plants, Spain style.