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[69-365] 13th. October 2020- After so much doom and gloom media coverage of yet more lockdowns and yesterdays announcements we decided to seek some hope today.…

I have done a photo walk of Paignton and as before I have divided it into two parts, except previously when I said that it ended up being three parts, so we'll…

Odds and Sods, or "an assortment of small, miscellaneous items, especially those that are not especially important or valuable". Because I am doing the 365…

[49-365] 23rd September 2020- My first sighting today of the Creek Monster or is that just my varifocals playing tricks with some driftwood?

I was driving home across the Tauranga Harbour Bridge. It's a working harbour, so the visual really depends on which way you look. Glance one way and it's all…

Back in the distant mists of time, 2012, I went on a photo walk with some friends into the deepest darkest recesses of our (the worlds's) industrial past. This…

We are getting some great sunsets this week so here goes another one. Red sky at night, shepherds delight. Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning.

[27-365] 1st September 2020- This is a dual purpose 365 project and photo-walk today. Dartmouth is a small town in Devon, very popular with tourists and yet…

Littlehampton is a smallish West Sussex seaside town. While, in terms of visitor attractions, it can’t compete with major resorts like Brighton, it does have…

[12-365] 17th August 2020- Woke up to fog this morning, but it does make for a more ethereal view of the world.

I set out on a beautiful sunny day to drive for three hours to get to this place. The nearer I got the worse the weather got to the point where I almost turned…
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