Bandages with cloths, plate XII.
From First aid to the injured; with special reference to accidents occuring in the mountains, by Oskar Bernhard, London, 1900.
I think that’s me in the top left, circa 2005.
I have an acerbic manner and write about food.
Please be so kind as to read my sarcastic blogpost about London’s food culture, which isn’t about food.
Wait, this exists! Holy Shit.
The Point, Milton Keynes (1985) by Neil Tibbatts.
Containing the first multiplex cinema to be built in the UK, this entertainment complex opened in 1985 to designs by Neil Tibbats. In 2014 the building was scheduled for redevelopment and demolition.
Image from NEN Gallery.
I grew up near this lunacy, as such i’m quite fond of it, there was an arcade on the ground floor. I’ll be sad to see it go, but central Milton Keynes is really, largely, dreadful.
I’m learning to drive. I’ve never really had the inclination before, mostly because of London’s comprehensive public transport.
It occurs to me that one day I might have to drive heavily pregnant woman to a hospital or pick up England’s future top run scorer from cricket practice.
That and drive a Lancia Aurelia over the Italian Alps.
It’s a dull book, so far not at all like the Spy novels I like. It’s not even set during the napoleonic era.