30 June 2011

Free photo offer- again

This is a photo of my nephew taken earlier today as we wandered from the Cross Bones gates in Southwark to Waterloo station. The photo itself was taken at a sort of skate park by the National Theatre.

If you live in London or in Essex (but within easy reach of Romford) and would like a free portrait, then contact me at thepoormouth@gmail.com so we can arrange a photo session. I will be happy to send you jpeg prints by email. There is only one condition - that I can use suitable photos on my website. I will not reveal your name if you do not wish me to do so.

18 comments:

Knatolee said...

Lordy but I wish I lived closer. And your nephew is such a great model!!

Gledwood said...

If I spent a year getting a makeover I might say yeah to that one.

I know in a perverse way it would be better to get photo'd as I am, but trust me it wouldn't be worthwile all those lice scurrying and fleas hopping hither and thither!

Claude said...

Exactly! What Knatolee says....NOT Gledwood!

nursemyra said...

That's the best photo you've taken of him yet

jams o donnell said...

He is definitely good Knatolee

Think about it Gleds, If you would like a photo I will happily take one... And I bet I canm bring out the best of your features

Ah thanks Claude. I wish you nd knat were closer then I would have two more great models

Why thank you Nursie!

Syncopated Eyeball said...

Oooh, I really like this one, Jams. Very rock and roll! Woooo!

jams o donnell said...

You would like some of the professional shots of him -he looks like a mean moody glam rocker

Gledwood said...

He does remind me of Michael Hutchence......... I'm SURE that has never been said b4, har har har!

jams o donnell said...

Wow now you mention it Gleds

Richard Sanderson said...

I'll be in touch!

Colin Campbell said...

Is Adelaide close?

jams o donnell said...

Cover the plane fare and the photos are free Colin!

Arti said...

Your nephew makes for a great model, I live in India!!
Great blog you have, wonderful pics...
Have a fabulous week ahead :)
My Yatra Diary...

jams o donnell said...

Why thank you Arti.Glad you like the Poor Mouth

Jane said...

Dia dhuit jams o donnell , Ni bheidh a leithéidí ann arís , is é buchaill alainn é ; do nia ;-)

jams o donnell said...

The likes of which we'll never see again? I wish I could understand Gaelic!

Jane said...

hi sweetie, assumed you did given your origins in the bogs of Corkadoragha and all , am currently reading the english translation of peig by brian o nolan /myles na gcopleen /flan o brein and found your blog and love it, such ranting , anyway was admiring your lovely nephew , love the hen haiku truely you are a man in touch with his inner chicken

jams o donnell said...

Ah I must seek out a copy Jane. Being born in Romford I didn't get to learn much Gaelic apart from a few words off road signs during summer holidays in my mum's home village Millstreet.

I'm delighted that you have enjoyed what you have seen of the Poor Mouth so far. Haste ye back!