Picking Foxgloves

Mornings like this I remember how incredibly lucky I am to live where I do. Glenalmond, yes that is the glen of the River Almond, is a wonderful haven of greenery. The freshness in the air is like no other. When it has been raining, like it did last night, the dampness seeps through the sodden leaves and mossy scents juxtapose  wild garlic. Up the road, near our golf course is a woodland area, which was, when I was fourteen a veritable forest. Now fairy trails play through paths of foxglove boarders. Deep racing greens flick like an artists pallet.


Just another..

Just Another Magazine gets tough on this seasons uber-feminine colour palette…It’s still pretty in sugarcoated pink, but not as you know it.  Model Lily shows us how to take sheer chiffons, soft/luxurious lace and butter soft leather to bring grungy glamour to the girlish looks of JAM’s hard-edged take on this staple Spring trend.



I shot these kids a couple of months ago at an NME gig at Leeds Cockpit. 
I hadn't heard of them pre gig... post gig I was set on purchasing their vinyl. (for details see bellow)


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Posted on April 30, 2012 by michelejameson1

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