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It's been a huge task involving many many people but today our box came home. At times we thought it was more of a fantasy than a dream and after three months…

[198-365] 15th. February 2021- The bitter cold winds have finally decided to head off in another direction so we have had an instant change in temperature for a…

Yesterday I took a quick jaunt to a location I regularly frequent for photography. Piermont, New York, is a small village along the Hudson River in the town of…

[133-365] 16th. December 2020- I mentioned in my post yesterday that we had storm warnings for today, and they were correct. I had done some planning ahead,…

This is the story of the village Phone box and the plan to save it. Here it is looking very sorry for itself. It sorely needed a paint job, had a worrying lean…

[99-365] 12th. November 2020- This is the village of Hallsands. The earliest history of the village is not documented but there has been a chapel there since…

The mass slaughter of 1914-18 robbed the UK of a million lives, leaving no part of the country untouched. But there was a tiny handful of settlements where all…

[97-365] 10th. November 2020- I call this lockdown plus. Beyond this is civilisation, behind me there be dragons. I went up to investigate the road closure,…

Blaengwynfi and Abergwynfi are two sides of the same valley in the South Wales coalfield. It is where one branch of my family originated. Over a hundred years…

This is a collection of some photos taken in the village at my grandparents' house, the place where I used to spend summers in my childhood. My every trip there…

We’ve got into the habit of going somewhere on a Sunday for a spot of exploring and today’s destination was the village of Felsted. It’s a colourful place, with…

Trying to catch a picture of house martins that flit in and out of the building across the road. They are SO fast.
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