Friday, 30 May 2014

A sketch of Waterstones at Westwood Cross and photos of the Canterbury bears.

Here is the sketch of Waterstones Bookshop at Westwood Cross, done this evening while the fayerer gender were shopping.

And a photo to give you some idea of what I was trying to express in case you 'ave never 'ad a coffee there.

The Beaney gallery in Canterbury is running a teddy bear exhibition at the moment. I was tempted to take Flyte and introduce Aloysius, but I thought my children wouldn’t understand if I camped with teddy.

Bit of a scientific/photography question here, what causes the coloured areas on the fluorescent lighting tubes?   

Oh sorry drivelling on here and so into deeper artistic Canterbury, the film in the loo is a tricky one to know how to react to if you are caught short.

There is a new shop in Canterbury which I am told is truly wonderful called Tiger.

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