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    Going barefoot is standard in Australia.


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    definitely another day in paradise. reminds me of gummo

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    Went for a walk in the hills today

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    Quote Originally Posted by grave View Post
    Going barefoot is standard in Australia.

    It's grave!

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    i like that the Boyle Family collective who did this whole amazing minimalist show of road/pavement surfaces at the Hayward in the 80's were originally pioneers of wild psychedelic visuals at Hendrix gigs


    https://www.boylefamily.co.uk/boyle/works/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufi View Post

    i like that the Boyle Family collective who did this whole amazing minimalist show of road/pavement surfaces at the Hayward in the 80's were originally pioneers of wild psychedelic visuals at Hendrix gigs


    https://www.boylefamily.co.uk/boyle/works/index.html
    That's an interesting looking website I've sent it to myself to check out. I've often thought pavements belong in galleries

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    I'm sure I've mentioned Effie paleologou already. Sinclair got her in one of his books. Chewing gum universes

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    This one is like a wave or a swan. Or head of a serpent emerging from a mountain range. Huddersfield, outside the train station, at night:

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    Orange peel man opens up

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    Spotted this one in the lift at work. I was staring at it for a while but there was someone else in the lift so I didn't take a photo. Then went back in and rode the lift to another floor, to get the photo. When I came back out, the receptionist looked at me suspiciously.

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    I think I'm going to make a print of this one. It's a water stain on the ceiling, right above where I sit most days to have lunch

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    This one is like the cranes of Manchester, their night lights

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    Last one for now. A strange cloud headed apparition confronts me

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    Quote Originally Posted by catalog View Post
    Spotted this one in the lift at work. I was staring at it for a while but there was someone else in the lift so I didn't take a photo. Then went back in and rode the lift to another floor, to get the photo. When I came back out, the receptionist looked at me suspiciously.

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    this one is great
    i def know the feeling of being looked at wierdly for taking a photo of something not obvious
    bravely brazening it out is the only way, you wierdo

    in fact i took a photo of some defacements at turnpike lane tube this very day, and got that look, but i shouldnt share here as it was a wall not a floor

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