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AP. is back. and on the Twitter ;-)

15 Jun

Ok so it’s been a while creative watches, and we’re SOOOOOOOOOOO sorry, but we’ve been on an extended holiday – what does that mean to you?  Ok nothing we know – but it does mean that we’re creatively energised to start sharing with you, so what better way to start than by following us on ‘the’ Twitter and get your updates instantly???


7 days 1 week: AP. is away.

5 May

Apologies for the lack of blogging creative watchers . . .

AP. is away enjoying the florida sunshine – but don’t worry.  We’ll be back soon . . .


7 days 1 week: London in the sun.

12 Apr



7 days 1 week: sun finally hits london.

7 Apr

Sometimes you want noise. Today isn’t one of those days.

Spring has most definitely sprung, london feels like it is slowly shaking off the dark cloak of winter and like a hunched old man trying to regain it’s posture for the heat of summer.

AP. decided to welcome spring by taking a stroll in one of the royal parks, which if you’ve ever been to London, then you’ll know they are a real treasure. In Paris parkland is few and far between, and grass you’re actually allowed to sit on is even fewer and farther, whilst in New York you either handle the bridge and tunnel club and head to the hamptons or take a risk in trying to fight for a space in central park. Not so in London. London treasures it’s open spaces like no other city, and the royal parks are a beauty in their own right!

It’s Greenwich park that occupies us today, and sitting here listening to the faint whirring and grinding of the muscled city in the background we can’t help but think there really is no other city in the world we’d rather be in right now . . .







art? tree spiders in Pakistan.

6 Apr

Now we here at AP. like to find beauty in everything.  The floods that devastated parts of Pakistan and brought the country to it’s knees in 2010 had a lasting effect on the counties population of, erm, spiders.

With fast rising water the arachnid’s had nowhere to scurry other than to higher ground – and found this in nearby trees, with the floodwater not receding for days and even weeks in some parts the trees that became the sancutuary for these spiders quickly became enveloped in thick web’s that gave an eerie but beautiful effect – that we have to say looks like a photoshopped work of art.

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The spiders obviously had one major plus – the red cross reported that cases of malaria from airborne mosquitos usually associated with large volumes of stagnant water were far fewer than expected.


7 days 1 week: springtime in Paris pt4

5 Apr


springtime in Paris pt3

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7 days 1 week: springtime in Paris pt3

4 Apr

springtime in Paris pt4

springtime in Paris pt2

springtime in Paris pt1


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