at shoreditch london
> PLAYBOY CALENDAR… 1890!
> “Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely
> in an attractive and well preserved body. But rather to skid in sideways,
> chocolate in hand, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming
> ‘WOO-HOO what a ride!”
at Hackney Canal
Game boy themed plates. By Olly Moss
The Eels (at Paradiso)
Miners, “Blue Eyes Mine” Placer County, California, 1882
The village of Last Chance is situated high up in the mountains, on a ridge south of the main branch of the North Fork of the Middle Fork of the American river, at an altitude of nearly five thousand feet.
The greatest backset to the rapid settlement of the place and development of it’s mining resources, is the great depth which the snow falls in the winter. During the winter season it is sometimes impossible for miners to obtain supplies, except by packing them themselves over the snow from Deadwood, a distance of seven miles. After the snows fall at the beginning of the winter season, it is sometimes months that the inhabitants have no communication with the lower world, except occasionally when an expressman travels over the snow to Michigan Bluff to procure letters and papers, which he takes to the people at the moderate charge of twenty-five cents for each letter and paper. Text taken from the Last Chance Directory 1861
Best mates forever (at Station Amsterdam Centraal)
Second movement (at De Nederlanse Opera)