Tag Archives: climate change

Contrails….

  I was having a conversation with my son the other day and I explained just how clear the skies are now that Heathrow is all but closed.   He couldn’t quite believe that the megahub would have such an impact … Continue reading

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love HS2…

So the battle of Boris’s Big Brexit Bong  seems to be over as there is going to be a light show instead or something I think I’m not sure and I don’t care that much. Today we find our intrepid … Continue reading

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Time is a funny old thing…

  So that was 2019 and of course the second decade of the 21st century.   We should all go out and celebrate and rejoice – hurrah!   Of course as I write this on New Years’ Eve over half of the … Continue reading

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In other news….

  It’s been raining again!  This is the second flooding event in the past this month.   It would seem that not everything is taken up by Brexit at the moment!

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29 Days

An early and cold start…memories of the summer are fast fading  and we have to brace for the winter to come.   Only this isn’t the whole story here – this is the second large flooding episode in the past two … Continue reading

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60 Days

I have written over the past few days that all the sound and fury being expelled towards the Boris Johnson government is fighting the wrong battle.  No doubt the protesters in Whitehall would see things differently – suggesting the size … Continue reading

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So much for great plans…

  The golden hour, oh how we photographers bang on about it.  The golden hour – the time around dawn and dusk when the light is at its best!   That is of course when the weather forecast is correct.   A … Continue reading

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Some flowers in your hair

Another unseasonably warm spring day – perhaps this is going to be the way of things to come?   If this is the case then I don’t like to think what the temperatures much further south are going to get. … Continue reading

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The in tray Prime Minister…you’ll need a stiff drink

So we have a new government…well sort of if you don’t look too closely.  Perhaps a better way to describe what has just happened is new emphasis by the same people.  Cynical? Only slightly I suspect.  So what do the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Flooding 2

Twenty four hours on and there seems to be a split appearing in the media coverage.  Some papers are no longer leading on the ‘disaster’ but rather are starting to get some perspective on the whole thing.  They have started … Continue reading

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