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During the spring of 2020, our city was shut down, but we did have the blessing of being allowed to go out and walk. It was even more of a blessing that we had…

Our New Year’s day was devoted to a drive and walk through a wonderful wildlife preserve. We dedicated our day to starting the new year with some beauty. We…

I've called this second post of my photo drive across Dartmoor the Stone Age because after a while that's where you feel you might be up on the moor. Throughout…

This is the first post of my Dartmoor photo drive series. There will be another to follow when I work my way through the rest of the photos. Dartmoor is huge…

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…

Did some drone flying a few days ago. I haven't done too much at night because I didn't know what was legal. Now I know, so you will be seeing more from my…

St Germans is a small village I often bypass or drive through on many occasions to get to the many other areas of Cornwall I visit. I have never actually…

Churchtown nature reserve is part of a working farm and is about ten minutes from where I live in Saltash Cornwall. Its somewhere I enjoy on a regular basis for…

I have always loved old bridges. There is something special about coming across a bridge built 0ver 150 years, still standing, and in some cases still serving…

It was a gorgeous day last Saturday so I set out along Sussex Drive to check out the Rideau Falls. Along the way I passed the Ottawa Memorial that…

The bridges over the Chicago River are an engineering masterpiece. We were fortunate to be in downtown Chicago on one of the spring Saturdays when the 18…

I live in a county adjacent to Ashtabula County, Ohio, which is a bit known for its many covered bridges. When the Cleveland Photographic Society hosted a…
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