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Tuesday, September 19, 2006 

This very moment (Version 2)......





.....3 years ago I saw my favourite musician, Bill Nelson, play live for the first time. The occasion - Nelsonica 03, the venue the - Duke of Cumberland pub, North Ferriby near Hull, East Yorkshire. Can't believe it was that long ago, seems like yesterday. Doesn't time fly?

Anyroad, trawling my divine archive I thought I'd post some images I took that day on my old Fuji APS camera and had transcribed onto cd. The gig was a very intimate affair, think the images capture that feel. More a party of friends than a gig. Enjoy.

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Timeless photos, timeless atmosphere.

I did SO enjoy these shots. I see that even back when you were talented! I love the alien on stage with him...GREAT

Kimberley, I do try.....perhaps too hard. But that's what It's like being an artiste....:)

These are great photos, John; the black & white is perfect, here. Very intimate. I love his interaction with his friend!

Excellent pics, look really good in B&W.

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