Aloe Vera and flowers
Sample shots using Tamron macro and Nikon prime lens
posted on Dec. 19, 2015
It was a proper fog around South-East today and our Gravesend wasn't spared either. We walked to Windmill Hill to confirm one couldn't see further than 100...
posted on Nov. 20, 2011
Autumn picnic in St. George's park, Gravesend
To max out on sunshine allowance here in the UK, we decided to spend a couple of hours in St. Georges Park in Gravesend, Kent.
posted on Oct. 15, 2011
Nike London half marathon "Run to the beat"
I got an offer to run a half marathon on the eleventh hour before the event, turned up, convinced the marshals that I was legit (without the shirt and...
posted on Sept. 25, 2011
Estonian midsummer day in Beckenham, London
Went there last Saturday (many did comment the event was about two weeks early, but that fact wasn't allowed to ruin the party!)
posted on June 11, 2011
Bluewater 10k under 54 minutes!
I raced for the very first time today at a surprisingly leisurely pace completing 10km just under 54 minutes. And I got medal for it! So did everyone else,...
posted on June 05, 2011
Jeskyns country park
UK Forestry Commission has created a lovely place… just next door from us. And we never knew it existed! The place is called Jeskyns [forestry.gov.uk] and it is...
posted on Nov. 28, 2010
As seen in Keswick Pencil Museum car park two weeks ago. Terribly sorry you can't pay for your parking. Oh dear!
posted on July 17, 2010
Hello, dear friends, it's me again!
Having been working like a mad for a (long) while, I have managed to put some time aside to work with the shots taken on some trips… I am about to cover our...
posted on July 12, 2010
Castlerigg, Borrowdale, Buttermere
On the last day before driving back South we decided to go to Keswick [keswick.org] and view some of its' surrounding villages. Now then now then now then now…...
posted on July 06, 2010
Neighbours at Hillcroft Park
Lee [twitter.com] and Siobhan [twitter.com] from the next door. Or should I say - next pod? At one night when chatting, I tried to show off my magnificent...
posted on July 05, 2010
Lakeland Motor Museum
On a muggy day (Sunday!) we headed to Lakeland Motor Museum [lakelandmotormuseum.co.uk] near Ulverston. It's a must when touring around Windermere lake. The...
posted on July 04, 2010
High Street, Lake District
This is our second day at the Lakes this year. While I decided to go walking around Brothers Water [visitcumbria.com], Mirjam stayed in campsite. I decided to...
posted on July 03, 2010
Red Screes, Lake District
On the first day after arrival we walked onto Red Screes. This is a beautiful place from where you can get maybe the best views across the Lakes. It's about...
posted on July 02, 2010
Gravesend to Greenhithe along Thames
Long story cut short - I walked from Gravesend to Greenhithe the other Saturday. North Kent is full of (nearly) abandoned industrial sites, thus I took not so...
posted on July 12, 2009
Sissinghurst Castle Gardens
The strory is abot to follow…
posted on Oct. 19, 2008
Scotney Castle, Kent
Scotney Castle dates back to 14th century, at least the old house does. To our delight there was also a new house, after one of the owners could not put up with...
posted on Oct. 18, 2008
Lunch in Lille
Teel Brüsselist-Mechelenist tagasi koju peatusime Lille'is lõuntamiseks. Ja peale lõunat jalutasime tunnikese Lille'i vanalinnas. On the way back from Brussels...
posted on Oct. 13, 2008
A walk in Mechelen
Mechelen is a relatively small town about half an hour away from north from Brussels. Our friends lived there for four and a bit years and have now moved back...
posted on Oct. 12, 2008