Binmen’s great job

Shortly before moving to Brighton, I joined a facebook group where people share photos of Brighton, just for the sake of sharing the beauty and all of Brighton with other people. Someone posted a gorgeous series of photos called “Bins at sunrise”. It was really gorgeous and makes you think, are bins really that ugly?Continue reading “Binmen’s great job”

Visit to University of Sussex campus

Omg, so this was completely incidental. It would’ve been not incidental had I remembered more from second year architectural history lectures. Last Thursday I went to Sussex University campus to sign up at a dental practice, and the architecture there… struck me. I was honestly baffled wondering how anyone could build something so beautiful andContinue reading “Visit to University of Sussex campus”

Visit to Shoreham-by-Sea

Shoreham in West Sussex is one of those funny places that have two hyphens in their name. To distinguish it from other Shorehams, Shoreham in West Sussex is the one by the sea. There’s a Shoreham in Kent, in the Sevenoaks District (I’ve always loved the name Sevenoaks, I don’t know exactly why). So thatContinue reading “Visit to Shoreham-by-Sea”

Supriya took the dog, the son, and left…

Listen. Tumblr isn’t my natural habitat. I prefer WordPress. But also, it’s difficult for me to run two WordPresses at once. So you’ll have to put up with my Sim content showing up on this very serious domain of mine called kotersey.com. And so today I’m bringing you my narration of the Delgato family story.Continue reading “Supriya took the dog, the son, and left…”

Games, my man

‘So, games can tell you all sorts of things,’ said Austin, pulling up the The Sims window. The Sims was really an archaic game, 21 years old by then, but Alaska knew that Austin always had a thing for old things. ‘So, the furniture catalog. All of your Sims have a panel of needs andContinue reading “Games, my man”

My drawings from 2012

Today’s a treat. I’ve got my historical pendrive with me and I found some really, well, you name it, drawings from early 2012. They were all scanned and, I believe, some of them found their way onto Deviantart. The black-and-white ones are my self-portrait, and the drawings of dying Boromir from The Fellowship of theContinue reading “My drawings from 2012”

end of september update

The last day of September deserves an update! I’m in Brighton, it’s 9.30am and when I woke up this morning I turned my head to the right and looked out the window and saw hills and trees and green grass and a cloudy sky. I see this first thing in the morning every day, onlyContinue reading “end of september update”

Blind vs constructive patriotism – notes

I have a tablet I can draw with now, so here’s some notes I transcribed from my summer 2019 notebook that I took with me to America. I made these notes using a handbook on patriotism in modern America, I don’t remember exactly what that book was, what I know is I passed it ontoContinue reading “Blind vs constructive patriotism – notes”