Monthly Archive: August, 2015

‘The culinary treasure or bedside book for gluttons, virgins, degummed and emperors!’

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From a vow

Saint Lucy

Saint Agatha

salver

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 Zurbaran, ‘Still Life With Jars’ 1635

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Revellers walk with burning crosses on Bonfire night in Lewes Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Disembodied

 Jean Cocteau’s film, La Belle et la bete 1946

Sluiced

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Seeing with tongue, hearing with my body

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Craving, aching, longing for…

places where images come first

The Struggle for pleasure

‘No love without the uncanny’

 Photo Credit: Ashley Hay

Her throat was serpent, but the words she spake Came, as through bubbling honey

She had a woman’s mouth with all its pearls complete: And for her eyes: what could such eyes do there But weep, and weep, that they were born so fair? As Proserpine still… Continue reading

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 Photo Credit: Ashley Hay

Sensuous Appetites

 Photo Credits: Ashley Hay

Remainders of the Day

Photo Credit: Ashley Hay