I created this image as a personal response to our 2015 General Election, just over 13 months ago … sadly it seems even more appropriate today.
A few shots from The Malle Mile yesterday, the philosophy of the gathering… bikes are meant to be ridden, all sorts attempted the hill climb, road bikes (nb: road tyres – they don’t work so well off road), dirt bikes, lambrettas, customs, harleys, BMW’s, Husqvarna’s, Bultacos, that frame with that engine mixed with that tank, wrap them pipes in tape, kick it, bump it, rev it etc, but do it in a “gentlemanly” manner… #Mallemile #boltlondon
I shot this short film for a friend who possesses one of the modelling worlds most famous beards… and he’s shaving it off to raise money for a cancer charity, a cancer that took his father last year. If Radiohead see this or their lawyers… hope this is ok… it’s for a great cause. If you would like to make a donation please go to justgiving.com/fundraising/rickisamhall Ricki would appreciate it as would the Mesothelioma UK Charitable Trust.
Stumbled across this rather unusual and rather beautiful water filled shakehole on the magnificent Brecon Beacons not far from Llangynidr.
A shakehole is a depression in the limestone landscape. In some limestone areas there is a covering of boulder clay about two or three metres thick. Shakeholes are formed where surface water washes the boulder clay down into cracks or fissures in the limestone under the boulder clay. Normally the shakeholes are just mysterious deep grass covered holes.
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