Tag Archive: Tony Adigun

Snap, Capture, Crack – words, photography and rights

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When people (who I assume are all professional photographers) took umbrage at a comment I made on Facebook (‘nice capture’) on a gorgeous shot of two sparrows at a feeder, I was forced… Continue reading

Dystopian Dance by Tony Adigun

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Again, I’m on deadline with far too much to do to think of intelligent words to go with this image so I’ll just say that this followed my previous experience of Tony Adigun’s… Continue reading

Decathect

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I stumbled across this word while trying to delete an unwanted menu; it was apparently the Dictionary.com word of the day yesterday. I’ve not saved it for #WordyMonday because I already have a… Continue reading

Choose your friends carefully, they’ll change your life

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Do as you would be done by, while clichéd, is something that I try hard to live. I’ll help anyone I can within reason, will do my best to support them in times… Continue reading

Black Album #2

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both images: Tony Adigun’s Black Album performed at The Place As you can see it was very very dark. I also wanted the images to convey the atmosphere of this part of the… Continue reading

Black Album #1

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All images: Avant Garde Dance’s Black Album On Friday I was lucky enough to be at a full dress rehearsal of Avant Garde Dance’s new production ‘Black Album’. A compilation of familiar old… Continue reading

Urban Intelligence

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Main Stage, Sadler’s Wells Breakin’ Convention 2011 After watching ‘One Man Walking‘, part of Channel 4’s 2011 Street Summer series which explored the challenges of living in London. I thought it would be… Continue reading