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Unexpected Turn…

Yesterday was all planned out.  I was off to revisit the excellent Seurat to Riley: The Art of Perception at Compton Verney then my fellow traveller has to cancel because of a continuing back problem.   As a fellow back sufferer … Continue reading

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So tell me whats up…no more

So there is no argument – autumn is here.   It takes many different forms and probably most of the time it is just dull and damp and then sometimes it is magical – hardly Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness … Continue reading

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Mean Streets…

“If in doubt of what to photograph then just spend some time walking around places that you know….” as Tyrion might have said a wise man once said.  Of course this is nonsense but the view hasn’t changed that much … Continue reading

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So that’s that then…

For a while now I have claimed that autumn was here – well now there is no mistaking the slowly changing season – rain is definitely stopping play.  I realise talking about rain might be seen as being in bad … Continue reading

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Another Busy Day at Calke…

Clearly not all the kids have gone back to school today….still there is enough space at Calke Abbey to find some more deserted locations.

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Where the Dark…

A beautiful morning: just watched the season finale of Game of Thrones and everything is good in the world.   So what better time to make images of a spider on her web before the dew has burnt away…well sort … Continue reading

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Killing Zone…

When we walk through a garden we usually appreciate the beauty of the plants and style of the way they have been arranged.   What is overlooked is that gardens are a killing field for many of the insects that … Continue reading

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