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The lion and the crack

Geeky stuff: Voigtlander Bessa R2m, 35mm 1.7; TRI-X 400.

Went to a thanksgiving dinner party last night, pictures below. But first…

The guy on the left: Shouldn’t he just shave it all off?

Someone’s home for the night. There’s a Gucci bag in the corner.

Another one for my collection of accidental hand shots..

Tanya saw this bottle of Courvosier against the wall and thought it was hilarious. I guess she was having a ‘this is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen’ moment.

The front half of her badge fell off but she still wears the other half like a trooper.

We went to the Tate Modern to see the new exhibition in the Turbine Hall. It’s a crack in the floor by Doris Salcedo named Shibboleth. The exhibition is about racism and colonialism. For me, the exhibition is about ridiculous tourists.

Yes, let’s examine the cracks in the floor. The tension in the hall is so thick one could almost cut it with a knife.

Let’s get a thrilling close-up shot of the crack.

This crack demands closer inspection! That is some serious crack.

Brandy hosted a thanksgiving dinner party at her place. A bunch of people came over for it including Eva the French baguette, complete with new hair.

David got pretty twisted..

….but arguably not as twisted as Sean. BRING OUT THE PERMANENT MARKER.

Good times, good times.