Tuesday, 17 April 2018

SUMMER'S HERE!


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Well it feels like the warm weather has reached Europe.
So we can finally say that the Summer has arrived.
So what better way to celebrate by posting up our
 traditional Summer's Here post.

They say that with bad things come good things.
And after losing all my pictures on Saturday while
out and about in Camden (below), I learnt that
my neighbours will be away for a couple of weeks .

So I'll have full use of the back garden.
So looks like a bit of tidying up, although it doesn't look
too bad this year. So maybe not as much to do.
But I can't remember getting into the garden this
early in the year.

 



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 I must have taken around 100 pictures while in Camden on Saturday
and lost every one of them.
It seems that I may have put in a wrong new SD Card.
Clearly micro SD Adapter cards are to be avoided.
It wouldn't read on my laptop and even my local photo shop
were unable to find anything on it.
Oh well, Camden Market I can photograph any time. It's
just a shame that I lost all the 'Black Cap Demo' pictures.

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So on Saturday afternoon I took off to Camden Town knowing that there was going to be a gathering
outside the once legendary gay pub The Black Cap. And it's been 3 years since it's shocking closure
with absolutely no outcome of what will happen to this well known LGBT venue.
Saturday marked a third year when a local pressure group gathered once again to campaign to
have it brought back to the local community. 

The Pub in Camden High Street was bought by an offshore based company in 2010. And in March 2013
and 2015 planning applications by Pub company Faucet Inn Ltd, to turn the upstairs floors into flats
were refused following heated opposition.
The campaign has attracted actor Stephen Fry as well as Paul O'Grady and activist Peter Tatchell.


THE BLACK CAP HAS BEEN A HUGELY SUCCESSFUL LBGTQ+ PUB AND CABARET VENUE FOR MORE THAN
50 YEARS - FROM WHEN 
BEING GAY WAS ILLEGAL UP TO THE DAY OF IT'S SHOCKING CLOSURE.

THERE'S BEEN A PUB ON THIS VERY SITE FOR MORE THAN 350 YEARS, KNOWN AS THE BLACK CAP SINCE 1751.
THIS BUILDING OPENED AROUND 1870 AND IS BELOVED IN CAMDEN AND WORLWIDE.


HELP US ENSURE THAT IT STAYS AS A PUB AND PERFORMANCE VENUE FOR CENTURIES MORE.


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Below (left) in the right hand side image is legendary Black Cap entertainer
Regina Fong.



Below: A short video I made at the Black Cap demo on Saturday.

7 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for all the beautiful pictures of the handsome young men. I like Asian men very much. They are always clean and smooth and very friendly and open. I am sorry to read about your pub. Did you go there much? Was it a nice place? I suppose it's just the world that we live in.

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    1. Pilgrim, Thanks for visiting and commenting. Yes there's something special about Asian guys. I sometimes think of them as like a third sex, like being in between a beautiful girl and a beautiful boy. I can see why Westerners give up their lives back home just to be around them.

      Oh I wouldn't say that The Black Cap was my choice of Pub/venue. My favourite haunts were usually around the Kings Cross area. But reinstating The Black Cap is important. We must stop the gentrification of our Capital and stop destroying communities.
      Dee.

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  2. Smorgasbord! Narrowed it down to either the first or second.

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    1. Oh Andrew. I wish you hadn't said the first one. Now we will have to engage in fisticuffs to gain his affections. - Ian

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  3. Dee, an excellent selection of hot bodies, doubtless sweating in all the right places, and lining up for a cooling shower and me to lovingly soap them all over. Bliss. Too bad about your lost images. I hope those that you have saved have been backed up. I have a friend who recently lost thousands because he neglected to do so. - Ian

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    1. Ian, Thankfully I only lost about 100 new images on a new SD card that was a bit suspect.

      I now keep all my camera SD cards after the disaster of 2006 when I left all my U.S.A pictures on my laptop which crashed and broke. So all those holiday pics were lost forever as I stupidly also cleared them off the SD cards.
      Now I keep them in a little book with small plastic pockets, like a stamp collectors book.

      Glad you like the collection of Summer eye candy. I didn't forget this time to add in the Asian guys...after you told me off last year for leaving then out.

      Oh, what did Andrew mean...the first and the second?????

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    2. I assume he means the first or second images are the best. - Ian

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