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Hare Krishna, Hare, Hare, Hare
April 6th, 2017

Close to Watford is a Hare Krishna centre that was co-founded (in part at least) by George Harrison. From time to time the community members come into the town and sing and chant and generally cheer the place up a bit.
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A scene in Borough Market
April 2nd, 2017

Taken on my (second to) last walk home from a publishing client I was working with on the other side of the market. It was dusk and the light of the store seems to have created a natural canvas.
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Pure test of gallery functionality
April 1st, 2017

I am testing the gallery functionality to create a new responsive design. I think I have a problem in that I have 2 lines of text.
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A vending machine in Kyoto
March 23rd, 2017

Japan has vending machines for everything: hot and cold drinks, USB sticks, food. They’re so ubiquitous that most people just ignore them.
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Every photographer should have a person holding a picture frame of themselves
March 20th, 2017

I know it's a cliché, but sometimes that's what a photographer needs in their life.
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This is an aside, cunningly inserted into the flow
March 20th, 2017

I just want an aside that I can slide into the flow. Something akin to a status update on facebook.

But with fewer words (I guess).

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Why do we commute every day?
March 17th, 2017

As I stood on the freezing cold platform at Watford Junction waiting for my (delayed again) train to arrived it struck me. I can service clients in Australia and Singapore from a desk in a room in Watford, yet a client based in London expects me to travel for 2 and a half hours a day in cramped conditions to sit at a desk so I can Skype and email the people around me.
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Fish! in Borough Market
March 15th, 2017

Preparing for the start of the day in Borough Market.

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It survives beneath a bench
March 14th, 2017

My usual lunchtime walk took me round the back of Tate Modern, where I noticed a fleck of green beneath a trendy stone bench. I walked closer, noting the way the underside of the bench was lit and realised the green I saw was a plant.
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Is the Conservative Government out to destroy UK micro-businesses?
March 11th, 2017

During the late 1990s and early 00’s the UK Government made it far easier for people to start their own businesses. It led to a boom in “micro-businesses”, small companies that might have a single employee and could be nothing more than a hobby creating some money on the side.
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