Dave Binyon

wish you were here

wish you were here Tourists in the Modern Art Gallery at Edinburgh. Only thing is that they are the exhibit. Tourists by Duanne Hanson https://art.nationalgalleries.org/art-and-artists/297#more-Info ...

it had to be you

it had to be you Today, I get my face back !! ...

i dreamed i dream

i dreamed i dream . . . . . May all your dreams come true All the money's gone You slept Did I drift? Do I dream? Do you read me? I'm not speaking Do you read me? I dream Sound today Are you sound today? Do you read me? My dream is not white as paper, My dream is not black as ink, My dream is not colourless as light. Sonic Youth - I Dreamed I Dream ...

street photo

street photo Street Photography - The way things used to be - American Art “The American Way of Life,” shot in 1937 by the great photo-journalist Margaret Bourke-White Oh, the rich man when he kicks off has a casket made of gold, While the poor man has a wooden box and his grave looks mighty cold. The rich man gets a sermon but here's one thing that's sure, When the rich man takes that last long ride he's as much dead as the poor! The rich man and the poor man - Bob Miller ...

at the ceiling

at the ceiling Module 42 - at the ceiling (Henry Kaiser & Nik Bärtsch's RONIN) Tate, Margate ...

just waiting

just waiting Just waiting at the eye clinic with the mp3 playing. John Prine ...

the xx - fiction

the xx - fiction Fiction, when we're not together Mistaken for a vision, something of my own creation Come real love, why do I refuse you? 'Cause if my fear's right, I risk to lose you And if I just might wake up alone Bring on the night ...

et si tu n´existais pas

et si tu n´existais pas "Et si tu n´existais pas" And if you didn't exist Tell me why I should exist To drag along in a world without you Without hope and without regret And if you didn't exist I would try to invent love As a painter who sees from beneath his fingers the day's colours being born and wonders about them. ...

the gibbet

the gibbet The last man to be gibbeted in England was William Jobling, in 1832. William Jobling was a miner hanged and gibbeted for the murder of Nicholas Fairles, a colliery owner and local magistrate, near Jarrow, Durham. Even though he didn't actually commit the murder, he was drunk at the scene and did not try to stop the murderer. After being hanged, his body was taken off the rope and loaded into a cart and taken on a tour of the area before arriving at Jarrow Slake, where the crime had been committed. Here, the body was placed into an iron gibbet cage. music - Christian Wallumrod Ensemble - Pling ...

still waiting

still waiting Eighty years ago - Hyde Park Corner - After the Jarrow Crusade - 1936 ...

in the midnight hour

in the midnight hour Goodbye 2016 I wish you all the very best for 2017 - smiley face ...

people putting people down

people putting people down So cold, sometimes it gets so cold ...

shaker loops

shaker loops night vision ...

walk on the wild side

walk on the wild side A Pensioner's lunch for Andy . . . . . I've been watching the HBO Series "Vinyl" and am back in the 7o's The baritone saxophone solo played over the fadeout of the song is performed by Ronnie Ross, who had taught David Bowie to play the saxophone during Bowie's childhood. ...

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0 Temenos (one of the Tees Valley Giants) by Anish Kapoor Temenos was the first sculpture for the Tees Valley Giants project to be announced. It is approximately 110 m long and 50 m high and cost £2.7 million. The steel structure consists of a pole, a circular ring and an oval ring, all held together by steel wire. The structure is situated in Middlesbrough, close to where the Transporter bridge is located; construction work started in autumn 2008, was completed by spring 2010, and officially presented to the people of Middlesbrough on June 10, 2010. The name 'Temenos' comes from the Ancient Greek (temno, to cut) term for land cut off and assigned as an official domain, especially to kings and chiefs, or a piece of land marked off from common uses and dedicated to a god, a sanctuary, holy grove or holy precinct. ...

 

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