serious construction project. started by alice but harvey takes over after an explaination from gavin over what is a mans job.

[The picture of gavin drinking pims has been removed for legal reasons – Ed]

west country break: flynn seriously not impressed by gavin’s idea that he ride the 8 miles there and 8 miles back. needless to say flynn ran most of the way

west country break: flying flynn made friends with finn. for some reason finn thought flynn was called alice. perhaps he thought it was less confusing that way

west country break: by bike from padstow past wadebridge towards bodmin. there’s no such thing as bad weather, just unsuitable clothing

west contry break: went sailing in and around padstow and rock with gavin

west country break: bicton and around with graeme & jo

window frame. second in an occasional series

this one happens to be in hazel & paul’s kitchen

whipsnade: h’s goes on photo-safari; grabs his first elephant shot with a single-bore Sony.

whipsnade: i say herb, is that camilla. No fin, that’s a camel.

whipsnade: it’s a stick mummy, honest. I know it looks like something else, but that’s camera blur

It’s balloon flying season again in the valley

the boys disguised as “little bo peep” & “the amazing super spider incredible man” [1] for a thankyou card

[1] The exact super hero depends on the day of the week and the phases of the moon

may in the garden. slower than last year but stuff’s starting to happen

may 21, 2005

an oak tree (2005)

while this appears to be a glass of water, i assert that it is in fact an oak tree

you’ll need to ask it for its current state of mind, last time i asked it was slightly bemused

this is, of course, a different oak tree from that currently in the tate bankside [michael craig-martin]

this space was reserved for pictures from a short break in venice…… instead, here’s a picture of an out of date passport

window frame: first in an occasional series

home, may 14, 2005

pleeeeaaaasssssseeeeeeeeee don’t let go grandad!!!!!!!!

Romford, May 15, 2005

Fin’s really put on weight. It makes the see-saw much less exciting.

Romford, May 15, 2005

grandad teaching the fine art of carp fishing using his purpose built fishing simulator

Romford, May 15, 2005