taken through my fingers, in my bathroom, after a rather uneventful Christmas party
taken by Glen Byford, using a HTC desire C, December 23rd 2013, 1.00am
In a very quiet pub in Leicester, me and my girlfriend's brother are the only two people here, choosing to escape the chaos at home that pre-empts an Indian wedding by watching the North London derby
photo taken by Glen Byford using a HTC Desire C and edited using instagram, November 17th 2012
Wolsey Hall in Cheshunt regularly used to hold Sci-fi fairs a good number of years ago, long before being a geek was quite so fashionable
Today saw the return of another such event, so me and my brother snuck along, despite the £5, for old time's sake, and swiftly reversed our decision when we got to the desk to pay and could see that only half the hall had any stalls at all Frankly, the car park was far more interesting than the sci-fi fair itself seemed to be f
a self portrait of myself grabbing a drink of water, taken after I noticed my reflection in the dried pans on the drainer used to make last night's Thai green curry
Photo taken by Glen Byford, using a HTC Desire C, October 21st 2012, 10.03 am
Can you trace your roots
|The Intention was to burn the wood,|
this is how it was found cut into three,
in a front garden across town.
Such fine pruning skills of the amateur gardener
must be preserved.
This in not a joke its ART.
Many trees have their lives cut short
in the name of christmas.
not in our house.
The present dead tree has had a life of about six years,
this may replace our first long life dead tree,
or be joined in holy woodlock
Side by side,
As a forest.
| Byford' Glass is full of love. |
A book given to me by the boys to accompany a pint glass
inscribed with the words. about the year 2003.
However much booze you've been drinking,
You just want a little bit more,
Your head begins reeling,
You stare at the ceiling,
And then you throw up on the floor.
NOT an accurate description of my drinking,
well yes, the first four lines are about write.
Stu's View. Byford's TownSomething I created back in 2010
to express my feelings to the dismantling of my countries
Social Services and peoples future security
The ball of destruction is still swinging.
The picture was created in Photopshop using found objects from the streets
two black plastic car radiator grills, a picture frame and a sailing buoy,
also a length of rusty chain from the garden
The background is a view taken by me from Alexandra Palace
looking east over London.