Monthly Archives: May 2010

[two hours of fun with a camera]


[we seemed to have gone past the start of the end]

My time in Bangor is been coming to an end.
It’s been fun.
I’ll be home before I know it.
That sentence contains mixed emotions.

[if you would like to listen to my band]

A polaroid portrait of Ray Morris

Ray of Little Green Book

I have mentioned Little Green Book on this blog quite a bit,
and I’m going to mention them again. Little Green Book is
the combination of my little brothers insane musical talent
and my ability to ad lib. All the songs are recorded once
and done with it. Most [if not all] of the songs are made up
on the spot, the only exceptions are those which no-one
has ever heard.

If you click the top photograph you will get
directed to the new soundcloud account with
some of the songs on and if you click on the one
on the bottom you will be directed to the
myspace account.

When I move back home I will hopefully be able to get some
new stuff together if me and my little brother can find the
time and if I can find something worth singing about. I’ve kind
of lacking in the inspiration department recently.

There is also the chance of drums being added
to the band. But that’s another blog for another
day.

Our one and only gig to date.

[reminds me of home]

Not sure where I found this or exactly how long it’s been saved on my computer.

But seeing it reminds me of home.

The fact that besides Bangor at the moment home is Kent and by weak extension London and that this drawing is obviously not of London makes the fact it reminds me quite strange. But there you go.

Hope you’re all good.

[quote]

Someone just said to me on the phone;

“Those who talk passionately about what
they love usually get on in life”

These words are seeming to stick.
They were said to my by a man at City Of Westminster
College when I called up about possible work experience
[which they don’t do] but he was really helpful in pointing
alternatives for me to try and other possible routes.

I will be a photography teacher.
This is fact.

[current facebook picture]

[one day I will own this city]

We’ll get married in the morning.
So if it doesn’t work out we wouldn’t have wasted the day.