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It's only fitting that the English game of cricket be played on the grounds of the Governor-General's official residence.

Brought one of those sunflowers from the park home ( no I did not pull it out of the ground, it was already grounded) just to see how long it would last. Left…

A game of cricket in Yorkshire on a sunny weekend is a great way to while away an afternoon and also offers an opportunity for some great photography Roberts…

An afternoon cricket can be enjoyable if the weather is agreeable, however it isn't if the weather isn't nice. The more you watch the better your photographs…

One of the things I only realised when I moved to Yorkshire is how strong the amateur game is in the county. In the Bradford league it is common for small…

Blast From the Past no. 38: Not a great sports photograph, but possibly my most notable subject: the Prime Minister of Pakistan turning his arm over for…

Pure madness, I crawled into this green jungle only to photograph a fat green bush-cricket. When I was done with him, I saw his wife sitting right next to my…

Blast From the Past no. 8: Just following our honeymoon in June 1990 it was time for me to desert my new wife for a cricket tour. Obviously what goes on tour…

I've been absent for a while - apologies! I've missed far too many of the 365 challenge, but will pick it up again soon - work has got in the way! However,…

I’m total absorbed in a text which I have to proofread. Very interesting theme, well written but it’s a complex matter and I’m exhausted. I’m exhausted because…
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