‘Person of Interest’ my have ended but ‘Twin Peaks’ made a return, bringing the surreal mind of David Lynch to the small screen again – you were expecting weird but perhaps not this weird. I don’t know if the screen shot below is an alternative universe or what (created from atomic rage??) but glad to see a phone box in this other reality:
I finally watched the finale of ‘Person of Interest‘. Of course there were a couple of important phone shots that I recorded for posterity. I’m going to miss this show…
A friend of mine, Hope, has just got herself some new tattoos and there is one that is pretty special to this blog:
Thanks to Shiraz for this link for the blog:
“The famous phone boxes”: a review of ‘Out of Order by David Mach
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Tagged art, UK, urban
I have found myself in charge of a fish pond at the new house and in going into fish, pond and plant shops I came across miniature versions of the classic red phone box:
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Brokenwood Mysteries (New Zealand)
Waking the Dead
The Baader Meinhof Complex (2008)
(The woman above wears a top just like one I remember my Mum had. My Mum’s was in brown.)
An Inspector Calls (London Playhouse Theatre 2017)
I was browsing in a charity shop and came across a book on dog behaviour. I took a photo of the back of the book cover:
We visited Germany, briefly, on the way to a party in nearby France. I saw no phone boxes in the streets of Strasbourg (where we had been staying prior) – very strange – but here is one from the town of Baden Baden.
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Woody Allen pretends to make a phone call in the tv series ‘Crisis in six scenes‘ and in the New Year’s day ‘Sherlock‘ episode there is a classic London scene with a phone box…
I visited the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London recently and was reminded of why this blog exists in the first place:
The Dining Room & Library: On the pier against the west wall is placed a model of the tomb built for Mrs Soane in the burial ground of St Giles in the Fields (now St Pancras Gardens) after her death in 1815. The tomb was the inspiration for the iconic red telephone box designed in the 1920s.
Source: 2013. Sir John Soane’s Museum: a short guide. Sir John Soane’s Museum: London, p 4.
This is a wonderful museum and I can’t believe I have lived in London for almost 20 years and never visited before!