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Another photo walk around Totnes this morning. My first time since the last lockdown closed all the shops. Really lively and colourful, and the market is back…

Musea give me the opportunity to make close-up shots without bothering about the subject. They don't care. They don't feel. They are as dead as stone can be.…

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[206-365] 23rd. February 2021- Today is proving to be a memorable one. This morning I managed to go online and book our vaccine appointments which is way sooner…

[177-365] 25th. January 2021- Who lieth at the chancel door? The chancel door that be so thin I would ne'er get in. That bit was by me, just getting you into…

[141-365] 24th. December 2020- I've mentioned previously the castle in Dartmouth, but that castle was the first line of defence, this fort is in the town itself…

"there is nothing more sad to the sight than an unfinished work and it is even more forlorn than a ruin of a building which has served its purpose..." Benjamin…

[106-365] 19th. November 2020- These two views were taken on top of Pork Hill, Dartmoor, Devon. The first is a view South across the moor with a slight glint…

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