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The Restaurant Workers Relief Fund is a multi-city effort providing free meals to out-of-work hourly employees. As part of the effort to support their peers,…

The kids in this poster have got to be well over 20 years old by now. It was about 20 years ago when some work colleagues started a Christmas care package…

Thank you to everyone who came out today and took part in Houston's 2019 Distinguished Gentleman's Ride. Riders can download the full size images here.

We are at the Fat Ass 5K & Street Party for Charity and the most exciting happening is.... "Free hot dogs! Free hot dogs! Reach out and catch them!!!" Hot dogs…

The annual Fat Ass 5K & Street Party for Charity came up and this time I chose to participate by taking my camera along and actually watching the people. I bet…

An artists journey into the Langtang Valley, Nepal. Nepal is a poor, third world country blessed and cursed at the same time and certainly provides an…

I’ve been having a bit of a play today. While the changes to the garage are waiting, I fancied using some of the kit sitting around to light up a product. My…

Little kids hold such a great power in their hearts. They are young and pure. They have ambition and determination. I admire their innocent authenticity. I…

Sunday 8th July was the Annual Vintage Fayre for the Braintree based Cancer charity. I managed to get some good 'period' images, as well as others which I'll…

Annual walk for the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention last fall on the riverfront, Louisville, Ky , what a turnout! Hard to believe I and so many have…

Over the past two months the Rosie May Foundation has tirelessly been campaigning to raise money for the victims of the recent flooding in Sri Lanka, May 2017.…

Up early and ready to tackle the last day, i started with the usual routine of energising on high carb, athlete quality fuel. This morning featured Escape…

Headed off phone-less and supposedly meeting Joseph at a random hostel who was flying into Newcastle to support car me for the last couple of days. All went…

Another short day! I've started to realise my route planning was somewhat questionable... Distance: 31 miles / 50 kms Waking up to the tranquility of sunrise…

Today begun abruptly as Saul and I awoke (at the same time) to the freezing temperatures of our cabin in Glenwood Tourist Park. Not quite prepared for the cold,…

Banana car and I were all set to go until we realised the Merida Speeder had a completely flat back tyre after a night in Hotel Illawong’s high security…

After several stops to admire various views, we got back on the road and zoomed on down towards Evan's Head. I went down a closed road and had to dodge various…
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