It’s Tuesday, so for the second week it’s Tech-Free Tuesday, anything you like, as personal as you like.
This week Kev admits to missing the start of a wedding, people with GAS, folk who click their fingers for portraits, the Bokeh Chicken makes an appearance, and sort of, sort of, news of the next conference, or gathering, or whatever it’s going to be called! 😉
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We asked you last week to show us what is on your wall. We had something like 100+ enteries over on our Facebook Page.
We were particularly taken by this image by Adam Featherstone:
A selection of images taken by my late Father-in-Law Stewart Darby, during the course of his work as location and set photographer for Granada Television (from 1965-1991). He photographed every star who came through the doors, and worked on all the big location productions – Jewel in the Crown, Brideshead Revisited, Sherlock Holmes… see how many actors you can recognise (clue: some are VERY young in these prints)…Adam Featherstone
We were intrigued by Adam’s dad and so did a little research. We think you will love this article about Stuart Darby.