Black Spot Ahead

To whom it may concern:-
I’m back in Tokyo, in body if not in spirit.
My month long sojourn in Kenya which I had hoped would shake up the snow globe in my head has proven to have had quite the opposite effect and has made me realise that the snow globe was in a perpetual state of shaken up and that the month long step into my personal unknown actually allowed the snow globe to settle.
I feel like I can see clearly for the first time in a long time.
What this convoluted metaphor means in practise is yet to be fully decided, but it is fair to say that ‘Big tings a gwan’.
Watch this space.

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  • Drive Carefully Indeed (& I bet there’s more than just one ahead…)! Good to hear you made it back in one piece, despite the place you’ve made it back to is not at all where you would like to be. After more than a month apart from my longtime Asian mistress, I’ve decided that what made Japan so impossible to forget were the people with whom I was lucky enough to meet, talk, drink, couch er futon surf, shoot the lights out, rant, and rock and roll. You being foremost in those categories. Think of the children spaceman! Oh, you hate children…hmmm, well, think of something small, furry and warm where you can curl up inside of, and do that, until you know where’s next. Talk soon amigo. Be better than well.

  • Jon

    http://www.weebls-stuff.com/songs/kenya/

    which always cheers me up. “can you believe it!?”

  • erika

    welcome back, adrian. looking forward to seeing your journey unfold through your photographs.

  • Kiem Tang

    Welcome back mister.

  • Trust you to go to a fucking huge continent and find ONE, ONE I say, slightly dodgy situation, shoot it and post it. I mean, what are the chances in such a huge place!?
    If we can count on you finding a needle in a haystack there then I figure you can find it anywhere. Magic. More please.