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Langton is a village in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It is situated 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west from the town of Horncastle. The village…

I've never been to a racing circuit in my life, however my photographic club suggested meeting at Cadwell Park on one of the "Track Days", as spectators are…

The 1940's weekend is an annual event that seems to atract more visitors each year, the atmosphere, cars, and costumes are just great. As to my street…

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Cameras do an amazing job of capturing the atmosphere, and the light, of sky reflected in water. Mankind has always been fascinated with reflections on water,…

Boston, in Lincolnshire is an interesting town to visit, the skyline is dominated by the imposing St. Botolph's Church tower, commonly known as "The Stump". The…

We made a spontaneous visit to the Lincolnshire town of Stamford today.  It's a delightful Georgian market town and, despite the grey weather, it was a joy to…

For much of the year grey seals are out at sea, or on distant mudbanks, but during November, and December each year, female seals give birth to their pups…

So this is one of the challenges I have set myself for 2017, along with reading the bible cover to cover and moving more/eating less. This challenge also gives…

I find good landscape photography as a genre very difficult, many a time I am presented with amazing scenery, which you try and capture, but mostly with…

I had the pleasure of returning to Lincoln today for the Society of Recorder Players National Festival which is taking place here over the weekend. Before…

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I just got back from a brief trip to see my parents. They live in North East Lincolnshire where it is FLAT…. we went out to a pub in the country for lunch…
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