Monthly Archives: July 2011

#23 Anthony

#23 Anthony, a photo by haggisandchips on Flickr. Via Flickr: I was wandering about aimlessly today not necessarily bothered about taking a 100 Strangers shot until I happened across this background and decided that I HAD to use it. It … Continue reading

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#22 Dave

#22 Dave, a photo by haggisandchips on Flickr. Via Flickr: It was my son’s birthday today and he wanted an ice-cream which is how I met Dave. Dave runs a small ice cream kiosk beside the beach below Tynemouth Priory … Continue reading

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#21 Julie

#21 Julie, a photo by haggisandchips on Flickr. Via Flickr: This is Rachel’s (#15) Mum – she was also there when I photographed Rachel a couple of weeks ago but I didn’t speak to her that much and nor did … Continue reading

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#20 Howay to Hollywood!!!

#20 Howay to Hollywood!!!, a photo by haggisandchips on Flickr. Via Flickr: Despite the fact that one of the things that first jumped out at me about Jez was the splash of colour he always boasts on his head, I … Continue reading

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#19 George

#19 George, a photo by haggisandchips on Flickr. Via Flickr: George accosted me today and soon persuaded me to send a text message which will fund the planting of trees for their ‘Save the Tiger’ campaign. I have been in … Continue reading

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#18 Ronnie

#18 Ronnie, a photo by haggisandchips on Flickr. Via Flickr: This is Ronnie – a very striking appearance I think, but he seemed totally gobsmacked when I asked if I could take his photograph and he did not stop walking … Continue reading

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#17 Tim

#17 Tim, a photo by haggisandchips on Flickr. Via Flickr: Earlier today I set out thinking it was about time that I started to work on the demographics of my 100 Strangers project which is rather heavily weighted towards people … Continue reading

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