Back From the Dead.

At long last I’ve updated my dusty old portfolio, with shots from Saturday’s Ruby the Hatchet gig. The lighting was really rough – highly saturated and intense, but I’m happy with the effect. Go see!

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So You Know, It’s Got Soul.

A proper site update is in the works; in the meantime do please check out some recent photos from last weekend’s gig at Saint Vitus Bar. (For those who clicked the latter link – I almost shelled out for that Jaz Coleman spoken word, but had a feeling he was gonna bail.)

Speaking of spoken (chanted?) word, whilst perusing my WP feed I saw this fine blogpost on Van Morrison, focusing on a recent collaboration with Paul Durcan, and thought my fellow poetic peeps would appreciate.

There Is So Much More Than Us

Reposting LEVANTHIA’s sweet Equinox/SuperMoon/Eclipse sighting from this past Friday. I heard it was quite cloudy and lots of folks further North had difficulties getting a decent view, so this is very appreciated!

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Partial solar eclipse from Penzance, Cornwall, taken at approx 0925 hrs Friday, 20 March 2015.

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Rock A Little.

Checked out the opening of 24 Karat Gold, an exhibit of Stevie Nicks’ self-portraits using Polaroid cameras and film, earlier this month. It was a far superior presentation to the Blondie/Debbie Harry exhibit, even though both were shown in pop-up spaces. The Harry exhibition aimed for a raw, punk aesthetic but wound up looking weak and sloppy. Shame, because there were some incredible photographs that truly deserved attention. 24 Karat Gold was put together by Morrison Hotel Gallery, who specialize in just this sort of thing and know exactly how to make rock stars look good…

Read the rest over at mine.