Monthly Archives: June 2017

Seep

Shakespeare walks into a bar and the landlord says ‘Oy Shakespeare your Bard’ That makes about as much sense as the American Gods series which is a slow burner but now I am hooked.

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Getting dry…

Another visit to the rather damp Hidcote Manor – the lighting conditions were near perfect with a flat light and plenty of rain drops.

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Bug’s LIfe

Biomass is such an ugly word but it does encapsulate just how much of the world we are not aware of even though it is right under our own noses whether it is the more obvious bee searching out pollen … Continue reading

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Too much of anything…

Every now and then all the hard work in the garden pays off.  If an Englishman’s home is his castle then what is the garden?

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I should be so lucky

So goodbye to the first heatwave of the year – it was far too hot for me and hello to more bearable weather.  I’m not sure I have moaned about weather forecasters on TV and radio who presume to know … Continue reading

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Don’t ask me I’ll never

The heat is the destroyer of creativity – well at least that is my experience.

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Carry that Weight

Just back from a few days touring the Cinque Ports in England – it was hot and very very sunny – the sort of conditions that Kodachrome 64 and even 25 were made for – perhaps that explains the look … Continue reading

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