Sunday, February 08, 2009

This morning in Brighton...

Baby ray performing a routine from High School Musical
(Baby Ray would be a great stage name for it)


Somebody with one leg enjoying a walk on the beach


Ever wondered what happened to the Milk Tray man?

9 comments:

depesando said...

in Brighton, even the derelicts have a certain sartorial style....I like his beret, probably hides a scabby, lice infested thatch - but still rather fetching.

The Poet Laura-eate said...

Apparently he sings Sting in Ray Oribison's voice.

Re the footprints - perhaps they belong to someone of exceptionally low self-esteem, neither supported by the Lord (aka the poem Footprints) or their other leg.

I suppose the Milk Tray just has to accept we've all moved on to Lindt and get over it.

The Dotterel said...

High School Musical? Nooooo!

Scott said...

Hello from America!
I really enjoy your blog! I wanted to post a link to your blog on my site, would you be interested in a link exchange?
Check it out: Http://scottstipoftheday.blogspot.com

Art said...

Hah--and I thought the clowns I saw yesterday morning walking down the boardwalk at Brighton Beach (New York) were weird.

Paul Griffiths said...

Guess the aquarium photo must be a Man Ray.
Have something I'd like to send you. Please get in touch.

Paul Griffiths said...

Guess the aquarium photo must be a Man Ray.
Have something I'd like to send you. Please get in touch.

Steerforth said...

I aspire to be like that man when I'm old - the elderly look better in Beatnik black.

Laura, you're right about Lindt. It's the crack cocaine of confectionery.

Scott - I've just visited your blog and loved it. I shall add a link today.

Art - I didn't know that there was a Brighton Beach in New York. I wonder if it's as 'bohemian' (i.e a place where bearded men feel comfortable riding a bike wearing a short skirt and fishnet stockings) as the one here?

Paul - I've clicked on your name, but there's no link to get in touch.

Paul Griffiths said...

Sorry. paul@disgwylfa.com should do it.