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Two of my favorite people – Neil Gaiman & Amanda F* Palmer

This is complete hero worship I know, but as many of you also know both Geoff and I are HUGE Neil Gaiman fans! I have been in love with Amanda F. Palmer ever since seeing her live in Boston with the Dresden Dolls! Recently they had their third (?) wedding for family in Edenborough and since then both have been doing Ninja Gigs, Fringe gigs, and playing everywhere across the pond! Plus Neil has been doing readings, and writing etc! I follow both on Twitter and can say officially am part of their stalker twitter family! At any rate, here are a few gorgeous pics of the two, together and separately!

 Neil Gaiman's photo As Momus once said, She likes how I like how she licks me.  (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UYEZnhnVCg) Wonderful Amanda Palmer photo from backstage at the Picturehouse Edinburgh gig by Ashleigh Haddad.
Neil Gaiman on WhoSay

Neil Gaiman's photo my beautiful wife on this beautiful morning. well, technically, afternoon.
Neil Gaiman on WhoSay

Neil Gaiman's photo Especially for @steven_moffat. Taken in Cardiff. I didn't blink. Unfortunately, the image of an angel is itself and...
Neil Gaiman on WhoSay

Neil Gaiman's photo Thought for the day, as written on @amandapalmer's t-shirt. Pretty much safe for work.
Neil Gaiman on WhoSay

Neil Gaiman's photo The best wedding photo I've seen so far. 2 goofy smiling people. (Pic by @ArmisteadMaupin's husband Christopher)
Neil Gaiman on WhoSay

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