Marilyn Monroe at gay pride August 2013

Marilyn

I’m always a little behind on my photo editing (I spend far too much time playing video games). The 2014 Brighton Gay Pride event was held this past weekend but this shot, of a Marilyn Monroe impersonator posing nicely for my camera, is actually from […]

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Mountain range seen from airplane window

Mountain range

A shot of a mountain range I took through the airplane window flying back from Cyprus to the UK. I think it may have been over the Italian Alps, but I’m not exactly sure where we were when I took this.

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Bottle of Putinoff Vodka on the balcony of our apartment in Cyprus

Putinoff Vodka

A bottle of Putinoff Vodka sits on the balcony table of our apartment in the Kefalos Tourist Village in Paphos, Cyprus. We bought the vodka simply because of the name – Jayne has an ironic (and slightly worrying) fixation with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. It […]

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A block of apartments at Kefalos Tourist Village in Cyprus

Holiday apartment block

One of the apartment buildings at Kefalos Tourist Village in Paphos, Cyprus. Each comprised four self-contained apartments complete with kitchen facilities and a private balcony. One of these served as our home for the week we spent in Cyprus. I can still taste the halloumi […]

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Roman columns at Salamis in Cyprus

Bygone era

More Roman columns from the ruins of Ancient Salamis. For this shot I decided to play around with some textures layers to give the image a more worn and vintage feel. Though I’m not totally sure whether I like the result – perhaps a little […]

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Headless statues in the ruins of the Roman gymnasium at Salamis in Cyprus

Headless statues

Some of the headless statues that can be seen in the ruins of the Roman gymnasium complex at Ancient Salamis in north-eastern Cyprus. As I said in an earlier post, it is not clear why all the statues are headless/faceless. One theory is that they […]

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Roman columns at Salamis in Cyprus

Neglected ruins

More neglected broken Roman columns at Ancient Salamis in north-eastern Cyprus. These columns were lying beside one of the dirt tracks that link the main sites, forgotten and a little overgrown like many of the ruins here that have yet to be properly excavated. For […]

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