Meanwhile, back in the modern world

I survived my 10 days without internet access quite easily, due mainly to spending most of it surrounded by distractingly beautiful landscapes. My waterfall buffer is now full. The weather was a little Scottish at times, and having gone on holiday with a trio of photographers, I did get rather used to hearing the phrase ‘That’d look great with some decent light on it’.

One of the interviews I alluded to earlier is now online, and you can read it here. It’s a pretty faithful reproduction of my ramblings, and though the interviewer has edited out my hesitations, he’s left in all the deviation and repetition, not to mention the interruptions.

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