Brian on Cranes

There’s some nice urban photography of London on display at at the moment, specifically here, here, here and here. The first of those links takes you to a photo of some cranes near Victoria Station, but why would anyone take photos of cranes? Perhaps there are some readers wondering what the hell is so […]

Brian on the joy of religion needing to acknowledge science

Brian Micklethwait has been prolific of late, for reasons detailed at the bottom of this post. That’s great for people like me, who enjoy his narrative style of blogging: I really like hearing about why he took the photo he took, what he likes about the photo he took, and why he was where he […]

Brian is back again, but he’s still not a Real Photographer

I was delighted to note that Brian Micklethwait, my favourite UK blogger, had decided to end another of his self-imposedĀ hiatuses (hiatii?) and start up his regular blogging again. And so far this week, we’ve had a couple of wonderful photos [here and here] of Anish Kapoor’s Olympic sculpture, a Shard update from the 1950sĀ and a […]

NFL does London, Brian does NFL

Another great post from my favourite UK blogger Brain Micklethwait: …let me tell you about something else that was happening at the same time as the Conference, just a walk away, in Trafalgar Square. This was the NFL Fan Rally, happening a day ahead of the game between the Chicago Bears and the Tampa Bay […]

Brian on Art

Regular readers will know of my fondness for Brian Micklethwait’s blog and his narrative, no nonsense style of writing. Today, Brian gave us a collage of Anthony Gormley’s exhibit(s?) in London during the summer of 2007. But it wasn’t the pictures that piqued my interest so much as Brian’s commentary: For some damn fool artistic […]