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[84-365] 28th. October 2020- This is quite a rare Acer spotted in the local town centre. This year is a very poor harvest as there is only one fruit currently…

[80-365] 24th. October 2020- I'm living dangerously today, so I left my 365 challenge until it was nearly too late. I thought the time factor might make me…

This is a photo essay on one building in Coventry, England. The essay also branches of into related areas, like Heraldry and the symbolism of animals in myth…

[73-365] 17th. October 2020- Grape Jelly update as promised. They were not idle threats from my neighbour, the vineyard owner, the grapes appeared on the…

[71-365] 15th. October 2020- The ferns are back. This one has my favourite name Blechnum spicant, Blechnum spicant, you have to just keep saying it, and I am…

[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.…

The Ginkgo is my favourite tree, particularly at this time of year. Where I used to live I identified three places where they grew nearby and used to check them…

This is a post giving some background to the history of the British Seaside Pier. The history of the Seaside pier is closely associated with the Industrial…

[67-365] 11th. October 2020- This is not the South of France, I am not on a day trip to Bordeaux. This is my neighbour's pergola in their back garden and we are…

[65-365] 9th. October 2020- I was just walking along this morning and spotted this little arrangement of snails lying in wait for my camera. They were sitting…

As I said in the first section of my Paignton photo walk, this one features the beach front and pier, and if I have struck the right note in my choice of images…

The Devon Pampas that is. Cortaderia selloana is a species of flowering plant in the Poaceae family. It is referred to by the common name pampas grass, and is…

[59-365] 3rd. October 2020- I was going to start this post with the words, here is my second post featuring ferns. But I now discover it isn't really a fern…

The buildings in the centre of Kingsbridge largely reflect the town’s 18th and 19th century history and many fine examples remain. The main streets radiate out…

So in my other post Kingsbridge Market and Quayside, I told you all Porkie Pies. Having now edited all the photos from that photo walk there are still too many…
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