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Thursday 31 May 2007
by Wulf
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Forthcoming Gigs

I am closing May and beginning June with a run of four gigs: Thursday 31 May: Appearing with The Elusive Teeth at the Oakhill Tavern, Beckenham, Kent (free entry). Friday 1 June: Another ‘Teeth outing, this time headlining at Mama … Continue reading

Wednesday 30 May 2007
by Wulf
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Flags by Colours

All the nations of the world have flags and none of them have chosen to go with a simple, chic, black and white design. The colours often have as much symbolism about them as the other elements of the design, … Continue reading

Tuesday 29 May 2007
by Wulf
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Bagel Photography

I have been writing about bagels for the past couple of days – recent experiences and my bagel recipe. Before I move onto other topics, I want to write about one more related thing – how I took my bagel … Continue reading

Monday 28 May 2007
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Bagel Recipe

Yesterday, I wrote about my experience of baking bagels and my discovery of a recipe that yielded good results. As planned, I did some more experimentation yesterday. For the first batch, I decided to slightly increase the quantities, rounding all … Continue reading

Sunday 27 May 2007
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Baking Bagels

A few weeks ago, we finally decided to get rid of our old bread machine – the timer went ages ago but the breaking of the seal at the bottom of the bread pan was the end. We might have … Continue reading

Saturday 26 May 2007
by Wulf
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Small is… Tricky

I wrote yesterday about how I have been exploring the world of details through macro photography, using my new Raynox DCR-250 adapter. One of the trickier aspects of this is dealing with the very narrow depth of field available when … Continue reading

Friday 25 May 2007
by Wulf
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Small is Beautiful

Schumacher’s seminal work aside (which I read and enjoyed years ago) I have recently been spending time appreciating the beauty of the small. Specifically, I have been exploring the world of macro photography with renewed vigour. With the kit lens … Continue reading