Yet more random, binary nonsense from my mind & eye, sat upon my lowly North Devon shoulders.
None of this stuff belongs to me unless I say so....alright, jeeze.

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Love life with all it's faults & as someone once told me "If in doubt, paddle out"

BTW WV looks good in Firefox.
(But then again most things do)
Lovely shot Mr Hedge !
Via joshhedge:

One of my favourite things to look at is a shadowed cloud

Lovely shot Mr Hedge !

Via joshhedge:

One of my favourite things to look at is a shadowed cloud

Just one of the many lovely shots over on Michael W Carter’s Tumble…

Just one of the many lovely shots over on Michael W Carter’s Tumble…

michaelwcarter:

Probably the closest thing to a wave i’ve had to wave in a while.

Ditto :-(

michaelwcarter:

Probably the closest thing to a wave i’ve had to wave in a while.

Ditto :-(

More benefits on having to research ‘Vintage Surfing’ - Such a chore!

I’ll never complain about my longboard being heavy ever again!

bbcradio3:

Happy birthday Radiophonic Workshop! Not the first specialist electronic music studio in the world, but one of the most innovative and certainly the most influential. Even if you’ve never heard of it, the sounds the Workshop inserted into of British sonic landscape over the four decades of its life will be familiar to you.

The Workshop got started in its Maida Vale home on this day in 1958, although its various engineers and artists had been working together for some time. Naturally enough, the Third Programme was critical to the early history of the workshop and the one of the earliest programmes to make use of its exotic, synthetic sounds was a fifty-minute ‘radiophonic poem’ by BBC radio drama producer Frederick Bradnum (that’s him in the bottom photo), broadcast in October of the previous year (earlier still was a Third Programme Beckett commission). In the pictures you’ll see Daphne Oram, Donald McWhinnie, Desmond Briscoe, Richard Bird and Frederick Bradnum. Click the pictures for the original, more detailed, captions.

(via holespoles)

Very green ‘Green Room’ via the lens of Tim Nunn

Very green ‘Green Room’ via the lens of Tim Nunn

Playin’ it even LOUDER!

Playin’ it even LOUDER!

Playin it loud!

Playin it loud!

Beetle Sphere

Beetle Sphere

Mr Freddy King - Just ‘Freddieking’ brilliant too!

Just brilliant JB

Just brilliant JB

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