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Tales from the half light of dawn and dusk. City Life Award winner 2016.
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NQL 7h
Replying to @HelenMort
Are two enough?
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NQL 7h
Replying to @guykeeble
Great, weren't they? Loved how the singer handled the Manc crowd when they were shouting out about the sound.
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NQL 19h
What a wonderfully perceptive way to define this time of day.
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NQL 23h
Replying to @gawuffy
Lovely. Means I get to have a lie in.
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NQL Nov 21
Replying to @Shiv_Mc_A
Yes, I asked Kath M. I was a tad giddy. Loved him since '79...
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NQL Nov 20
I think you may have interviewed me after Numan?
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NQL Nov 20
Replying to @PervyPepper
Now, now...
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NQL Nov 20
Replying to @PervyPepper
Ha!
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NQL Nov 19
Replying to @juliemurphysong
They look like stone fish, pushing through those barnacles
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NQL Nov 19
Someone just alerted me to your book. I was recording & photographing in Rampside last week and will look forward to reading your work.
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NQL Nov 19
I was there this time last week, walking on shifting sands once part of Muchland. Astonishing beauty with the scent of death.
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NQL Nov 19
Sent you a DM
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NQL Nov 18
Replying to @sophart
Lovely
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NQL Nov 18
Replying to @trad_dad
Morning!
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NQL Nov 18
- looking towards Castlefield at dusk. If only the trees were sometimes taller than the buildings.
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NQL Nov 17
Replying to @ThomHetheringto
I was chatting with a friend the other night about narcissistic people, and then next day she got links to features about narcissism on her FB feed.
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Fernando Luis Pujato Nov 15
Léonard Misonne (1870 - 1943) Sur la glace,1908.
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NQL Nov 16
Replying to @ince_christine
Yes, it's absurd. I really dislike it.
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NQL Nov 16
Replying to @ince_christine
That's the point for me, it's no longer public land. It's land that appears public, and is open, but is actually private and controlled.
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NQL Nov 16
Replying to @ince_christine
"What am I doing?" "Have I got permission?" - that kind of thing. Often they are seeking to stop me as it's private land, but not always obviously so. And it's a lot of our city's land.
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