It has been a quiet few days, creatively speaking, so I have delved into the deep and dark recesses of the Cabinet of Monsters to find these images from a noirish photoshoot I did way back in 2009 for my brother’s folk duo.
We shot some of it in a pub called the Haunch of Venison in Salisbury, which dates back to the 14th century and is a beautiful little place full of nooks and crannies.
It is famous for its withered hand displayed behind bars in one of the little rooms, and which is reported to have belonged to an 18th century card player who gambled it away.
The pub also hosted Winston Churchill and President Eisenhower, who supposedly planned the D-Day landings there.
So there you go.
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