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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Silbury hill, beltaine

Skull of dead sheep taken from dragon hill

Moody photos of beachy head cliff and Rye bay nature reserve

A walk from south to north underneath the river thames

From the balcony of Fenton house you get the highest accessible view of central London

My scars from when I let red square hate covenant drive me to attempt suicide, they used continuous stalking and perpetual harassment for years on end, this incepid and insidious spite cult relies upon deception and duplicity, not knowing who your friends are. Smaller scars are from when I needed to feel real, completely numbed by dissociation inflicted from continuous sleep deprivation / brutalised with trauma.

One of Bayswaters many flourishing but locked, private gardens.

Herne hill, were I lived between 2002 – 2008

Tibetan Peace Garden was opened on the 13th of May (my birthday) by the Dalai Ĺama.

Photographs from a recent night I spent outside at the Hurst

I first met Paul in 1997 at Highworth Protest camp in Wiltshire. He was living on site in a bender having cycled down from Hull with his friend Theo. His commitment to Highworth strategic housing protest was staunch and he had clocked up the most days of living on site out of every activist there. Whilst there he actively helped setting up walkways and digging tunnels; he was always eager to vocalise his opposition to anything he regarded as unjust…. Read More