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  1. Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works.
  2. Anything that's invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it.
  3. Anything invented after you're thirty-five is against the natural order of things.

Covent Garden for the Queen’s Jubilee 2012

London is getting excited about the olympics. Awesome mural in Shoreditch

Spring has arrived in Margravine Cemetery which I walk through almost every day. It’s a great place to see the seasons evolve and a wonderful green space in west central London.

Cervinia Testa Grigia on Flickr.

Always worth heading to Italy (Cervinia) for a good lunch.

Matterhorn from Zermatt today

From my birthday party in Brighton this weekend

Bill Cunningham is an absolute photography legend, still snapping away on the streets of New York and every catwalk with his battered Nikon FM2.

I recently got hold of the documentary movie about him (Bill Cunningham New York by Zeitgeist films) which is a must watch for any (film) photography nut. He’s a very charming and kind fellow, as well as a master with a camera. There is a lot to be learned from his technique, he uses off camera flash for social events.

I also love Bill’s trademark blue janitor jacket, surely a fashion waiting to happen!

iPad emergency CT study featured on Aunt Minnie: Road to RSNA 2011

iPad emergency CT study featured on Aunt Minnie: Road to RSNA 2011

Pulau Perhentian Besar on Flickr.

Just scanned a 35mm roll which I shot in May 2010 in Malaysia. Fantastic results as usual, I do love analogue. Flattening the film for a long time really helps the scan.

The rest of them have been added to my old Malaysia 2010 set

Tech: Canon QL17, Kodak TMAX 100 (ISO100). HC-110 (B)