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We wandered around Fort Nelson – part of the Royal Armouries museums – the other day. I was surprised both at the size of the site and its very good level of access. The guns on show ranged far and … Continue reading
I’m just back from another wonderful few days in Portsmouth. The sun shone for the whole time and we wheeled some distances; even up some steps! As always, there was a lot going on both onshore and off. This image … Continue reading
you go to places and see things that feed the soul. Wakehurst in West Sussex is one such place. A wonderful day.
The postman brought me a pleasant surprise today: two brochures and six postcards for the upcoming SIX go to Oxford exhibition. The brochure shows four images from each of us and the postcard set one. You can see the different … Continue reading
Here is the tenth album from my late parent’s analogue photo collection. This covers 1994 and 1995. For me, royalty, gardening and family come to mind when viewing it.
Here is the ninth album from my late parents analogue photo collection. This covers 1992 and 1993.