Category Archives: walking
Sunday 18th May 2014 (Many thanks to my partner-in-crime Shelly for the use of her images. Please take time to visit her Flickr page – she’s a great photographer . . . .) A glorious weekend in London, so we … Continue reading
30th April 2014 As I was taking photos in Ryecroft Cemetery for my previous blog post I noticed a pair of old, worn gravestones leaning against a nearby hedge. Out of the corner of my eye I spotted the words “accidentally drowned”, … Continue reading
30th April 2014 Walking through the local cemetery today I noticed that some tree-felling was being carried out. The workmen appeared to have finished for the day, leaving the segments of tree trunks that had grown through the railings still … Continue reading
Sunday 17th November 2013 **Please feel free to click on any image to view in Flickr** I love the London underground. Getting about by tube is always a highlight of any trip to the capital. I’m also fascinated by the … Continue reading
An Open Letter To Boris Johnson.
Sunday 8th September 2013 (As always, feel free to click on any image to view a hi-res version or slideshow) Starting at Brent Cross, A trip down the Northern Line (which was unusually busy today) brought us to Embankment, a … Continue reading