25'london.teddave.org' rebuilt in html/css replacing an original Wordpress build. Now home of the in-development 'Love, love, love...mattress' project, visiting the one hundred and twenty-one postcodes of the Inner London Postal District.
15'Kolkata' more pictures added to gallery
23'Ted's Trip' polaroid series completed.
01Coming in 2023 'The County Set', '(The Perfect Night Sky had indeed been) Enchanted' and 'Waterloo'.
01 'I Am Become Like Light' added to site
25 new filters and major tidy up at Brixton Market + lots of new content
15 new domain based project VNEB.org - Vauxhall - Nine Elms - Battersea, where dirty money goes to lie
* click for times past
02 new gallery Extinction Rebellion, September 2020
08 added auto-refresh tetralogy gallery generator [since removed] over at brixtonmarket.com. Sit back and enjoy 'Before the After'.
16 new website at brixtonmarket.org mini-site documenting links to 'Brixton Market' articles on the web
22 new website at london.teddave.org... soft launch of a blogging location away from the usual suspects, subject: London!
02 pic of hound on home page
07 fresh lick of paint: 'goldenrod'
25 new gallery And All the Souls on Earth Shall Sing
07 new gallery Hinton
20 - new gallery XR: October Revolt
15 - new gallery XR: London Fashion Week
15 - new gallery XR: Summer Uprising
14 - new Portraits
12 - Visit Brixton Market for news of a July/August show
12 - MORE Sheffield pics
12 - a new Apres Coup
28 - new gallery Laos 2018 includes random tetralogy generator
07 - new images Island.
03- new tree at Have You Seen the Dog?
26 - added the unfinished Resistance is Never Futile project
19 - MORE Trees
06 - new dreams at mini project Living the Dream
04 - two new towns at Town
02 - updated design and new content at BrixtonMarket.Com (filters yet to be activated)
27 - new gallery added to The Peak District project: 2018/12/25
20 - new gallery added to Coast project: 2018/05
01 - Nth iteration of teddave.org, I've lost count: SITE
I seek out the numinous amidst the mundane, working in rural and urban landscapes to grasp at the presence of the divine.
“... human speech is like a cracked kettle on which we tap crude rhythms for bears to dance to, while we long to make music that will melt the stars.”
'Madame Bovary', Gustave Flaubert