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The Flies of Memory

This is the tragic paradox of the pin-sharp: the problem with cameras is that your memory of a scene becomes condensed around that one snapshot and everything else fades. Your holiday, so fluid, so subtle, so weighted with memory, is … Continue reading

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Books With Friends

One of the best things about blogs is that you can use them to trumpet the doings of your friends. So as Phil Ball did when he wrote nice things about me, notwithstanding inasmuch as which I shall spread happiness … Continue reading

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