Bromley Cross

Posted in Uncategorized on February 22, 2016 by Lucy Anne Vickers


Bromley Cross. The train crawling from left to right, Manchester bound, Platform 2 – the road below full of cars, frozen in time yet moving silently beneath the colossal machine. The lonely road leading to a hole in the landscape, an opening of space that leads towards the horizon – disappearing into the distance, restless, mute, yet home to limitless possibilities and locations that reach far beyond the fastest steam train. The crazed travellers merging together move faster than smoke, into the vast promise of life beyond the gaping stone wall.



Posted in Uncategorized on February 19, 2016 by alexplent


This one from a train, flying, screeching, banshee-like, cutting across and cutting above the rows of streets, rows of cars, reproduced over and again towards old, hopeful horizons – a still of the cinematic, flashing glimpses, each row racing past, parallel to and indistinguishable from the last, my eye quivers – below another silvery Peugeot, becoming stationary and becoming mobile, arriving from and leaving for another dreamy place over yonder, past and future, both, not either, herein thy eye the simultaneity of becoming.

The Potato Eaters

Posted in Uncategorized on February 13, 2016 by alexplent


Documentary Photo

Posted in Uncategorized on February 13, 2016 by berryhen

docu photo


Glossary of keywords

Posted in Uncategorized on February 10, 2016 by alexplent


I’ve kept coming back to this site recently (to avoid doing my dissertation) – its got a boss glossary of all them terms that always come up in readings etc. I’m just so impressed with it I wanted to share it (to avoid doing my dissertation) – I thought this would be the best place.


Posted in Uncategorized on February 9, 2016 by alexplent


Seen in the woods by Bailrigg House.


Posted in Uncategorized on February 9, 2016 by jamesshinfield

In our house last term we managed to acquire 2 traffic cones. I would like to say they were found on a drunken adventure but unfortunately they weren’t. They were on our street and I just felt as though they would really tie the room together. The little cone is sometimes used in drinking games but often leads to overly heated debate as to whether the person has it on their head properly. Other than that they are just standard traffic cones. cones