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this is the, er, night train to, er, well, cairo.
it was great fun, the dining car had proper gin, not the dodgy egyptian home brew we’d been forcing down our throats in the preceding weeks.
cairo, digicrap, night, train
Hello, I have no idea what I am doing.
nice one. where do the egyptians go in the evening? are they all on the roof?
That sounds like the beginning of a bad joke.I just told them to get out of the way.
See that racing stripe ? Coolness.
Ah… G&T .. now forever more gin and train.
as a a visual piece of work – this knocks me out!!! love the whole feel here Ed, and almost endless depth between doorway to window etc…
My favourite bit is the windows of the train the other side that is visible through the door of this one.Kills me.
last time I was on a train i stepped in a puddle of piss.
I’m guessing it was yours though.
no words… except these.
Well I won’t bother replying then.Oh.
Next time you go galavanting, can you take me with?
I am about to galavant to the shops for an ice cream, would you like to come?
nice mysterious shot…. you know the colour of that lairy stripe on the train used to be called British Racing Green but these days around these parts it’s called Roper River Green…. just thought I’d throw that completely irrelevant snippet in….
Yes Please! I love Icecream. and galavanting! Especially at the same time!
The depth and colour is amazing!
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