The Return Of Bob Mazzer
Bob Mazzer, the genius tube photographer, sent me his latest batch of photographs yesterday, in advance of his illustrated lecture at the Bishopsgate Institute on Thursday night, and these new pictures made laugh so much, I could not resist publishing them at once so you can enjoy them too.
Very friendly, happy to pose, and preserving her modesty
Lemon in the neck
The times they have a-changed …
… but Time itself never changes
Misery & …
Can’t quite remember where but it’s just at the bottom of an exit, and I hung around here for almost too long before I got this, as I couldn’t summon up the courage to ask and I didn’t want a pose
People pray a lot on the tube, this seems to be one of the commonest poses
This could have actually been Halloween, but every night on the tube is like Halloween …
If I had a guitar tattooed on my arm it would also be a Les Paul
I had to be quick before the doors shut, or the dog saw me …
Asleep at Edgware, the end of the line, and too late to get the train back to where you should have got off
Elegant madness, and also happy to pose!
Platform attendant, after hearing the public last train announcement that contradicted what he had just been told on the blower
That tablet glow …
… and that tablet … correlate!
The cameras they have a-changed
After asking if I could photograph his tattoos, this man and I spent a very civilised few minutes talking about football, of which I know next to nothing, and I got off the train elated
Photographs copyright © Bob Mazzer
Bob Mazzer is showing his photographs in conversation with Archivist Stefan Dickers at the Bishopsgate Institute this Thursday 20th November at 7:30pm and a few tickets are still available.
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