Wednesday, 23 November 2011


Every picture tells a story.

This one shows what happened in the hour or so before midnight (GMT) after PC World and Laughing Squid shared a story about Type-O-Matic.

I'm not sure to whom I'm indebted for the traffic but if you are reading, thank you. And thanks again to everyone who's finding space in their side bar for a Type-O-Matic badge. I now have customers on both seaboards of the USA, Romania, the south of France and somewhere in Brazil.

First to benefit is Typewriter Movie - now I'm a backer!

PS: Will update if or when Type-O-Matic turnover hits three digits.

Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Round Hill, Little Wittenham

Ooops, wrong blog :-)

Might as well leave it here now.

Beech trees on Round Hill, one of the Wittenham Clumps which are a landmark sequence of hills in South Oxfordshire. They form part of the Sinodun Hills and are also known locally as Mother Dunch's buttocks! The site is managed by the Earth Trust.

Sequence: 30˚ up + level + 30˚ down.
Tamron SP 10-24mm @ 10mm
ISO 100, f11
Projection: equirectangular
Projection stitched and rendered in Hugin

Friday, 11 November 2011

The eleventh hour

On 11.11.11 at 11.00, this is a guest post from friend and neighbour Emma Anderson who recently went on a tour of Great War sites of conflict and remembrance. 
Transcribed on a 1916 Corona 3

No mans land. Going over the top, Thiepval
Someone's son. French German and British unknown soldiers' graves

Thank you Emma for the words and the pictures.

Tuesday, 8 November 2011


...lots of videos of this El Salvadorian's collection. Here's his latest, an Underwood Standard No.3.

Tuesday, 1 November 2011


November from Thomas Hood. Typecast from my Royal KHM

Of course November dawns bright and sunny with a faultless blue sky and smug bonhomie of blue tits chirruping in the garden.