So the ‘week whatever’ naming scheme was getting just a tad ridiculous, so as the previous Clip post happened to be on New Year’s Eve 2014 I figured ‘2015 part 1’ would make more sense!
With the start of 2015, the office sloth calendar finally comes into its own :)
My house has been suffering some pretty bad subsidence lately.
It’s hit the whole street, in fact.
But never fear, the coffee shop is fine.
Got dark pretty early back in January, this could’ve been 4pm (but it was probably later!).
Vacuuming around the Clip!
Waiting for a bus, overlooking the Old Course hotel.
I broke the ticket machine…
Getting some work done on my thesis. 6 hours on the train after all!
And of course my phone wasn’t going to have much charge left after 6 hours trying to find 3G signals…
Getting dark early even down south.
A different Tesco for once.
Morning after in Maida Vale (didn’t think wearing the Clip to a 6 hour drum & bass gig would’ve ended well…).
And straight back onto a train heading back up to Scotland!
Feeding the ducks :)
Selling a Pentax ME Super that I never used to a girl at a local coffee place.
Preparations for the grand opening of PhotoSoc’s new darkroom :)
Glorious PhotoSoc president keeping an eye on the champagne…
People showed up!
Daniil bought a 5D Classic on the cheap – I’ve seen digital thermometers with more menu options!
Off to Edinburgh.
Forgotten the name of this place, but it was quite nice.
But only staying for one drink!
Picking up a coffee from the Brew Lab.
Sitting opposite Jaunty at dinner again…
At the mexican place on Victoria Street.
Our plans were foiled when the bar we went to for cocktails was closed for refurbishment…
But the place a couple doors down wasn’t bad.
And now the reason we were in Edinburgh, another NMS Late :)
With hungry hungry hippos~
Taking some photos from the balcony. Lighting wasn’t as photogenic as last year though.
Had to leave sharpish to catch the train.
One of the things missing from the new darkroom was anything to hang negatives on to dry… Had to improvise…
The Design Team ran a pinhole camera workshop – thanks Nathalie!
In the end, I think we ended up with some functional cameras!