Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Frozen Falls Cenarth

The Cenarth Falls is a cascade of waterfalls just upstream of the road bridge in the village of Cenarth in Ceredigion, bordering Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, Wales.
They are notable as the first significant barrier on the River Teifi that salmon and migratory seatrout encounter on their return to their home river as they make their way upstream to spawn.[1] Because of this, and the very attractive setting of the falls in a natural wooded valley, the falls have become a significant visitor attraction in Ceredigion, including in the autumn when the fish can be watched leaping up the falls. The less well-known Henllan Falls a few miles upstream of Cenarth provides similar opportunities to watch fish migration.
In the 19th and early 20th centuries a leat drew water from behind the falls to power a watermill situated just upstream of the falls on the southern bank. The mill remains to this day but is no longer operational.

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Paperback Writer?

Wrapped up against the snow, shop doorway, Piccadilly, London.

Monday, 6 December 2010

Is that a gun...

Is that a gun in your holster or are you just pleased to see me?

Thursday, 2 December 2010

Fuck Fees

Which is what students will be doing to pay for their courses in the near future, another bonanza for those dirty old bastards in the city.

Monday, 29 November 2010

Kettles Kettles everywhere_0345-Edit

Couldn't quite work out if this was two kettles or a kettle within a kettle?

accidental panorama

Threw a pile of images into PS to see what would come out and this was the result. No planning though I deliberately left all the duplication in.

Monday, 18 October 2010

Sunset


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Originally uploaded by sinister pictures
Sunset panorama after The Crude Awakening, blockading Coryton Oil Refinery, Stanford-le-Hope, Essex.

Friday, 10 September 2010

Rainbow

Rainbow over St. Paul's Cathedral Londinium.

Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Campsite, London


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Originally uploaded by sinister pictures
I think someone's missing an opportunity here for a permanent campsite. Westminster Shiddy Council, I'm surprised you haven't thought of it already to add to your arsenal of pathetic cash raising schemes.

Friday, 9 July 2010

Down & Out

Probably the only puddle I saw on site, and on Sunday night it was the resting place of one of those English flags that someone seemed to find the need to print the name England on. I wonder if it will catch on with trains having train printed on them, and buses having bus printed on them. Dumbing down extreme!

Some flags,

Are better than others!

Billy Bragg

Billy Bragg on stage with Paul Heaton, Leftfield, Glastonbury festival of contemporary arts, June 2010

A last look at Glastonbury

A last look at Glastonbury as we head back to the wheels.

The Necrobus

The Necrobus makes it's way back to town despite some wanker tagging it at the festival.

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

No Bonuses for failure.


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Originally uploaded by sinister pictures
No Bonuses for failure.
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=wall&gid=417490570190

Monday, 1 February 2010

Billy Bragg

Billy Bragg protesting bonus payments to the useless money grabbing over paid tossers at RBS.

www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/jan/25/billy-bragg-...
www.nobonus4rbs.co.uk/

Thursday, 28 January 2010

Medieval supersticious nonsense for sale.

Medieval supersticious nonsense for sale in the 21st Century, Oxford Street.

Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Monday, 25 January 2010

Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Snow


Ahh the whole of the south east comes to a grinding halt because of a little bit of snow, how predictable is that?




Monday, 4 January 2010

We came, we saw, we conquered


























Some comments regarding Sunday, bloody Sunday's annihilation of muplc by a team from the 3rd Division.

Hemulen

3 Jan 2010, 7:05PM

Brasil82 | 3 Jan 2010, 4:39PM:

You make the mistake of believing Manchester United's relationship with Leeds United is the same as Leeds United's is with Manchester United. It isn't.

Oh really? Here's a few comments from your wonderful "Republik (oh how arch and "kool" you Reds are) Of Mancunia site:

"Woo hoo. Playing the scum. I really hope we smash them to pieces. As strong as neccesary will do me with us playing the kids against City a few days after."

"Really can't wait for this game, haven't been this excited ahead of a game all season."

"cant wait for this game"

"am excited its hard to predict the team i cant see us losing to a division 2 side no matter what team we play"

"A 'friend' of mine on facebook has already started with a Munich comment. He has now been deleted. This is why Leeds fans are classed as c***s. Most hated fans in the World? Probably"

"i'll be walking to old trafford round about 11s just to sing we all hate leeds scum. and always look out for turks carrying knifes"

So keep telling yourself that mate. Oh, and could you be so kind as to play Berbatov, Brown and Neville again on Wednesday? Cheers.


DogDay

3 Jan 2010, 7:13PM

Why did man ure send out some wild eyed meths addled Scot to complain about the lack of extra time?

It was amusing but lacked any sense of coherence I thought....


Tooncgull

3 Jan 2010, 9:55PM

Well done Leeds, you capitalised well from a bad day at the office.

But how graceless in victory can anyone possibly be?? Going into a faoming, rancid and churlish ABU overdrive reminds me why the meltdown couldnt have happened to a more deserving club. You can do better, maybe think up a few more jelousy based cliches.

Firstly - its "jealousy". Secondly, the irony of a Man Utd fan complaining about "rancid and churlish" comments is fantastic. Thirdly - what on earth is Ferguson ranting about added time for? My team NEVER gets more than 5 minutes! Why does he think his team are special? Fourthly - Great victory for United today, in spite of what the BBC would have us believe. A team called United beat another team 1-0 at Old Trafford today... why do they feel they can use this name exclusively to describe one team in a game in which BOTH have this name?

Great result - loved it.


Sniffer8

4 Jan 2010, 5:23AM

A cross post but here goes anyway...

Clive Tyldsley, are you watching? Eamonn Holmes can you hear me? Angus Deayton, James Nesbitt, John Simm, Zoe Ball, Terry Hall, Neville Neville, Hitler, Simon Cowell, Pol Pot, Fred West, kiddy-fiddling Catholic priests, bogus asylum seekers, fat-cat city merchant bankers, Max Gogarty, Daily Mail readers, Hitler's dog and the rest of you glory-seeking shleb bell-ends, your boys took one hell of a beating