It’s nigh-on impossible to find saucy seaside postcards in this politically correct age. Admitedly most of them were sexist but […]
Archive for August 2018
Perhaps this is the new British Brexit Phonebox. I did warn you that there might be juvenile references to brexit […]
Fish & Chips
It’s a sign of the times, trawlers giving way to pleasure craft on Grimsby docks. Is this realy regeneration?
The Village Tattooist
I’m not sure why being at the seaside or in an amusement park inspires people to have a tattoo but […]
Economy of Scale
In the land of make-believe expect the unreal.
Sunday night lights
A rainy Sunday night in Skegness tinged with Edward Hopper or maybe Tom Waits. Perhaps my imagination stretches too far.
It was grey and rainy, the Skegness parade was late, the people waited… and waited. A lone figure walked the […]
Sorry, I had to use it somewhere. You have heard it said so often that Skegness is so bracing. Here […]
You don’t notice to start with that ‘His Place’ is just a facade. Drawing you in with the promise of everlasting love.
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