Seasonal Reflections of an Analogue Photographer

Seasonal Reflections of an Analogue Photographer

“It’s Christmas Theo, it’s the time of miracles”

Hans Gruber, Beloved Christmas Terrorist

Christmas is a piece of family-orientated theatre, rich with idiosyncratic traditions that only exist within our own eccentric little bubbles, along with the shared, large scale infectious hysteria of a nation psyching itself up for some overly indulgent festive respite. The glittery extravagances aside, there are some sombre notes in there too, ably personified by those depressing Salvation Army adverts featuring the iconic brass band in their black trench coats and peaked caps, an open-mouthed tuba snaking its way around the portliest of frames, and all huddled together like emperor penguins awaiting the approach of a killer ice storm.

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“It’s Christmas Theo, it’s the time of miracles”
Hans Gruber, Beloved Christmas Terrorist
Christmas is a piece of family-orientated theatre, rich with idiosyncratic traditions that only exist within our own eccentric little bubbles, along with the shared, large scale infectious hysteria of a nation psyching itself up for some overly indulgent festive respite. The glittery extravagances aside, there are some sombre notes in there too, ably personified by those depressing Salvation Army adverts featuring the iconic brass band in their black trench coats and peaked caps, an open-mouthed tuba snaking its way around the portliest of frames, and all huddled together like emperor penguins awaiting the approach of a killer ice storm.
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