Monthly Archives: November 2016

Naive

Just another day in the crazy upside down world of Brexit.   Yesterday the German Chancellor had the shocking temerity to actually do something that was in her interest rather than the Brexiteers  and they were shocked.   It seems … Continue reading

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Where is my horse?

 

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Hunting the Bumps on Farthing Hill

First off some housekeeping:   This is the second post on the HS2 line through Measham and I have already broken the rule I set myself – a number of these images don’t look like Kodachrome 64 for two reasons: … Continue reading

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View from the exercise bike

Congratulation to Nico Rosberg…a worthy world champion.   What the next season may bring is a story for another day.  As I was finishing a session on my exercise bike whilst watching the excellent ELO at Hyde Park    I … Continue reading

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Doin’ Bugger all ‘n’ Farting ’bout

Well where did that week go?   Is it really a week since I was in London enduring the Turner Prize finalist sandwiched as they were between the incredible Paul Nash exhibition and lunch at the Tate Britain.   After … Continue reading

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HS2 – Goodbye to Farthing Hill

As you get older every now and then you become aware that perhaps there are less days ahead of you than are behind you.  Usually such thoughts can be brushed aside without too much concern.   Last week was one … Continue reading

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Some say you’ll go to purgatory….

Perhaps there is a special place in hell for photographers who play around with reality in their images – well if that is so then it is going to be very full indeed.   A few years ago when I … Continue reading

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No one knows for certain…

Disregarding the probable blasphemy of the opening episode of The Grand Tour the reality of it was that it had the feel of someone trying to prove a point.   A discarded lover who tries to get their own back … Continue reading

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I’ll be there for you

What to write about yesterday’s woman?   The best President that America didn’t have?   I’m sure that is what she thinks but now we’ll never know.  Instead we prepare for what promises to be a rollercoaster ride of falsehoods … Continue reading

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Conkers shining on the road

So that was Storm Angus, the first winter storm of the season.   Thankfully for us in fly over country things don’t seem to have been too bad with most of the action happening elsewhere.

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