Some 29 pics from the Greyfriars dig in September in Leicester looking for the grave of King Richard III, including a nice pic of lead archaeologist Richard Buckley, who has extensive studies into the history of Leicester.
Just stumbled across a photographer I used to work with at Red Pepper magazine, Nick Cobbing, who looks like he’s made it. Cool. Check out Nick at Lightstalkers.
Photographer Michael Bowring launches new website with plenty of photos from Serbia for starters, with an exhibition starting 10 April in Belgrade at the ‘new moment ideas gallery’ titled serbian short stories. Looks really good, and as he’s looking for feedback please feel free to add your comments on my site.
Pic of a portition of my scribblings from my old playroom wall:
In memory of the 3rd anniversary of the start of the Iraq War II the pic of ‘The Falling Man’ from 9/11.
“He is, fifteen seconds past 9:41 a.m. EST, the moment the picture is taken, in the clutches of pure physics, accelerating at a rate of thirty-two feet per second squared. He will soon be traveling at upwards of 150 miles per hour, and he is upside down.”
For me this counter-intuively is an image of freedom, not death.
Had Michael Bowring from Belgrade in town. Apparently he’s me the King of Serbia for tea through his girlfriend Sacha, who only speaks English, which is nice. Told him about the Bosnian pyramids so maybe he’ll cover that, though unlikely his photo agency Panos will take an interest.
Anyhow I got him to take a few pics, as he’s a photographer, and here’s one from Barking station which I liked the look of: