Sappho’s Many Moving Parts


My summer holiday at the Village.

Gif Camp on Mondays at the Village Studio.


Introduction to Filming on Tuesdays at the Village Pantheon.

Still Photography and Time Travel on Wednesdays at Bungalow # 6.


Poster Making on Thursdays at the Village Rec Hall.


Fridays for Exercise and Workouts Around the Village. Free Day!


Saturday and Sunday: Special Projects TBA


2 thoughts on “Sappho’s Many Moving Parts

  1. Wow! What a great collection of things you have here.

    The textures in the Summer at Portmeirion poster are intriguing, and make the poster so much more interesting than just a collage would be.

    I’ve been wanting to see the XXXXXXXXXXXXXXs from Number Six’ identity card used somewhere. I can’t quite sort out where the second image (Six smiling) comes from though.

    The music in the Animoto is so appropriate for a Summer Holiday reflection. Shazam says “Nocturne No. 2 in E Flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2” by Chopin. Nice.

    Number Six is gumming up the works, stuck in the cogs. Is that Chaplin?

    And good ol’ NanaLou. I didn’t know she was 100 years young.


    • Hello!
      Thank you for your comments!
      My gif was made by snipping a portion out of the introductory section of ‘The Prisoner’. I was actually trying to get the section with the self loading filing cabinet into the ‘Resigned’ drawer. However what I got worked out quite well- captures the sense of being Resigned.
      The Animoto images were taken from stills I made using Bazaart app on my IPad as is the Portmeirion ‘collage’ and Chaplin capture from Modern Times. I thought Chaplin also showed us what prison could be in our mindless pursuit of automation.
      Nana Lou turned 100 last summer when we had our Bovine County reunion to celebrate her birthday at the Burgeron Trailer. She mysteriously disappeared just as she was to announce some inheritance but has reappeared this year for the fairy tale festival and Prisoner vacation camp. She’s quite the gal!


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