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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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NYC - [bizarre meta diversion]

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This is so weird.

Idil took this. Not my photo. Still stupidweird.


[Actually, I took this. Idil just tried it first.]
29th Jun 2007, 05:32   comments (6)

NYC - Dsub1

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29th Jun 2007, 00:11   | tags:,,comments (1)


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A selection of flora and archy from the New York Botanical Gardens.
29th Jun 2007, 00:08   | tags:,,,comments (0)

NYC - C (is for 'canyons')

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1: Something'th Street

2: (Something+1)th Street

3: (Something+2)th Street
27th Jun 2007, 00:45   | tags:,,comments (1)


1: Gruber at the SoHo Apple Store.

2: cf.

3: Central Park tunnel-bridge.

4: 'neath Bethesda Terrace.

5: Turtle-hunting, at the Lake.
27th Jun 2007, 00:42   | tags:,,comments (1)


1: New York Public Library

2: Grand Army Plaza fountains

3: Home Away From Home

4: Sheep Meadow, Central Park

5: The view down the street

6: Lady Liberty
20th Jun 2007, 00:26   | tags:,,comments (21)

Gormley At The Hayward

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1: Inside of Blind Light. Worth the entry fee on its own.

2: One of the Event Horizon pieces on the roof of the Hayward. Really quite spooky seeing them all looking at you from all over the skyline.

3: Space Station, lit with the glow of Blind Light behind.
27th May 2007, 00:50   | tags:,comments (7)

Science Museum

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1: Prototype Long Now Clock. Mechanically ossum.

2: Apple I.
27th May 2007, 00:39   comments (3)