Tuesday, 27 July 2010

London Film Museum

One of the places we visited in London was the London Film Museum. It was so good. A particular favourite was the Ray Harryhausen Myths and Legends exhibition. It was amazing, seeing his model making and all of the many many many things he has created was amazing. It was bizarre looking at some of his work, for example how he would buy taxidermy animals, remove the stuffing and insert a metal frame with over 100 joints, so the animal could be used in moved around as much as needed. It was amazing thinking that he was doing all of that in the 60s.

It was really good to see the original models and learn more about him. I would recommend the exhibition to anyone.

I also got to learn more about Charlie Chaplin. We spent a long time in that part of the museum and sat for at least half an hour just watching all of the old clips from his films. Obviously I know who Charlie Chaplin is, but I've never took the time to watch much of his work.

Sophie in the South

I have spent the past week in the south. London and Oxford to be precise.

London has to be one of my favourite places ever, after Liverpool of course. Me, Tom and Ollie had a very busy two days which consisted of...

Sight seeing...

Amazing mexican food... courtesy of Wahaca in Covent Garden... If you are in London, YOU HAVE TO GO THERE.

And lots and lots of dancing to Prodigy at the Warriors Dance Festival in Milton Keynes with Amy and Lisa. The lighting and lasers at the end where amazing.

Saturday, 10 July 2010

New website

I have a website! Click here to have a look ...

I'm still going to be using my blog as a way of keeping people updated with what I am up to.

So if this is the first time you've came to my blog, have a look through my old posts and thanks for visiting.
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