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OCs I never finished. DO NOT PIN THIS! By Horses345

OCs I never finished. DO NOT PIN THIS! By Horses345

1939 - British soldier takes tea to comrades working to repair banks of River Ravensbourne which flooded south London.

1939 - British soldier takes tea to comrades working to repair banks of River Ravensbourne which flooded south London.

"And he wondered what the artist had intended to represent (Watt knew nothing about painting), perhaps a circle and its centre in search of each other..."― Samuel Beckett, Watt

"And he wondered what the artist had intended to represent (Watt knew nothing about painting), perhaps a circle and its centre in search of each other..."― Samuel Beckett, Watt

Credit: Geoff MacCormack/Rock Archive On the set of The Man Who Fell To Earth, 1975. <br><br>Geoff says: 'I love the look of complete concentration on David’s face as he takes instructions from director Nicholas Roeg. I remember wanting to take a shot with both of them in the frame and, thankfully, changing my mind at the last split second.'

Credit: Geoff MacCormack/Rock Archive On the set of The Man Who Fell To Earth, 1975. <br><br>Geoff says: 'I love the look of complete concentration on David’s face as he takes instructions from director Nicholas Roeg. I remember wanting to take a shot with both of them in the frame and, thankfully, changing my mind at the last split second.'

Miners Strike: When the gay community stood up for the miners.   Pride, a movie about the unlikely miners' strike link up between London based gays & lesbians is now celebrated in film.The activists saw the miners as another group who were seemingly being ostracised by society, particularly after Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher labelled the strikers “the enemy within''

Miners Strike: When the gay community stood up for the miners. Pride, a movie about the unlikely miners' strike link up between London based gays & lesbians is now celebrated in film.The activists saw the miners as another group who were seemingly being ostracised by society, particularly after Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher labelled the strikers “the enemy within''

Everyone's so confused in this as Nat and bucky just hug it out but all us winterwidow fans know what it means

Everyone's so confused in this as Nat and bucky just hug it out but all us winterwidow fans know what it means

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