Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Kestral's and Lego

So for three hours in a lecture on creative learning techniques, in which we made lego models, talked about them and then were bought coffee, I just got the hardback version of Wormwood Gentleman Corpse (a graphic novel authored and drawn all by my favourite comic: Ben Templesmith), a present for Janet and Choke by Chuck Palahnuik from Borders all of which only cost ME £2.91. To be honest, I understand more about David's (one of my lecturers who specialises in creative learning techniques, especially Lego) but I'm still not a fan of expressing ideas, thought processes and concepts through metephors using Lego. Sorry David!

On my way back however I was walking on the grass and a beautiful little Kestral flew down and landed next to me. Froze for a moment, then took a worm from the ground and flew off! It was great. I think I may have seen the same bird on campus before. (F. tinnunculus)

My Documentry photography project last week went reasonably well and I've got my Graphics project up too. Check them out!

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