tamarakay wrote:Hello! Beautiful work. Congrats on the tickets. Read the survival guide, then read it again. If you have any questions please just holler!
Savannah wrote:Hi paulo999!
I like the picture of the folks in the field best. They look like revolutionaries, only happier.
graidawg wrote:hey paul, im trying to work out where those pics were taken, much better scenes than the festivals ive been to (or perhaps i just dont remember)
Savannah wrote:I like the picture of the folks in the field best. They look like revolutionaries, only happier.
Ninzy wrote:Welcome Paulo and wow awesome pics
the Arcadia spider is coming to Boom Town Fair this year!
if u need any help gimme a shout - will also be heading out this year!
Cheyenne wrote:Hey... welcome to the Board...
those pics are pretty awesome...
Will you come to Beatherder in Lancashire this year then? You're photography would be most welcome.. .we are hosting the 'snug'... a space decked out like the ya grans living room
My bloke and I will be at BM again in 2012, our camp is uncertain yet, but we too are willing to help out with whatever is needed
deanoburn wrote:G'day paulo999. You have some great exposure and composition there. Welcome aboard - I'm a newb!
Have you looked into the Beacon? http://www.blackrockbeacon.org/volunteer.htm
Violet<3 wrote:Well I'm from the north, near Manchester! But I am due a visit to london soon as I'm currently applying for jobs there, so it would be good to go the Burning Pub As I also have some burner friends from London whom I met last year that I need to meet up with too!
Are you going to Secret Garden by any chance?
paulo999 wrote:Ninzy...Just read up about the UK core project. The metal foundry man has done work for Arcadia, so our paths probably crossed last year
And how have I not heard of Rumpus before now? Sounds right up my street. Ever since Shunt closed, I've been looking for something like this. Hopefully I'll make it to the next one.
Violet...I expect you'll like SGP. It's the prettiest festival I've been to. Stunning. And loaaads of fun random sh!t. In some ways it lives up to it's posh reputatation - on the first morning my neighbours asked me if I had a cafetiere they could borrow - but turned out everyone was lovely and very very up for it. Arcadia crew made a human crossbow and were firing people into the lake.
My photography... http://www.flickr.com/photos/PaulHolmes
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