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Standing, L-R: St Ambrose, Corneille,
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Continued on Albert's Artists    
Opposite the Royal Albert Hall in
London is the Royal School of Mines,
the Metallurgy Dept of Imperial
College, where I worked as a
photographic technician in my first job
after graduating in Applied
Photography. Opposite the Albert Hall
in the other direction is Kensington
Gardens, in which I woke up one
summer morning after a party
somewhere, with my old Pentax still around my neck. In those days, you could still
go and inspect the Albert Memorial, with its wonderful carved friezes of the world's
artistic and intellectual giants. The direction of the early sun and its cast shadows
were just right for this shot of part of the the 'Writers' frieze, so despite a raging
thirst and a pounding head, I took this picture, probably the oldest surviving of all of
my pictures apart from college work. But then...
Opposite the Royal Albert Hall in London is the Royal School of Mines, the Metallurgy Dept of Imperial College, where I worked as a
photographic technician in my first job after graduating in Applied Photography. Opposite the Albert Hall in the other direction is
Kensington Gardens, in which I woke up one summer morning after a party somewhere, with my old Pentax still around my neck. In
those days, you could still go and inspect the Albert Memorial, with its wonderful carved friezes of the world's artistic and intellectual
giants. The direction of the early sun and its cast shadows were just right for this shot of part of the the 'Writers' frieze, so despite a
raging thirst and a pounding head, I took this picture, probably the oldest surviving of all of my pictures apart from college work. But
then...
Opposite the Royal Albert Hall in London is
the Royal School of Mines, the Metallurgy
Dept of Imperial College, where I worked as
a photographic technician in my first job
after graduating in Applied Photography.
Opposite the Albert Hall in the other
direction is Kensington Gardens, in which I
woke up one summer morning after a party
somewhere, with my old Pentax still around
my neck. In those days, you could still go
and inspect the Albert Memorial, with its wonderful carved friezes of the world's artistic
and intellectual giants. The direction of the early sun and its cast shadows were just right
for this shot of part of the the 'Writers' frieze, so despite a raging thirst and a pounding
head, I took this picture, probably the oldest surviving of all of my pictures apart from
college work. But then...

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Opposite the Royal Albert Hall in London is the Royal School of Mines, the Metallurgy Dept of Imperial College, where I worked as a photographic technician in my first job after graduating in Applied Photography. Opposite the Albert Hall in the other direction is Kensington Gardens, in which I woke up one summer morning after a party somewhere, with my old Pentax still around my neck.  In those days, you could still go and inspect the Albert Memorial, with its wonderful carved friezes of the world's artistic and intellectual giants.  The direction of the early sun and its cast shadows were just right for this shot of part of the the 'Writers' frieze, so despite a raging thirst and a pounding head, I took this picture, probably the oldest surviving of all of my pictures apart from college work. But then...
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