Tag Archives: Spring

20 things you never knew about the Sony A7 Mk 2

I really do apologise for the crap clickbait title to this blog…I must try better.  Anyway the real point of this post is that it is just over one year since I bought my almost new A7 Mk 2 and … Continue reading

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Back to some decent weather…

As with most things decent weather is a relative statement.   One person’s sunny day is another’s pollen hell.  The past week has been marked by a significant amount of rain which is what we have really needed for some time … Continue reading

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A bit Tom and Dick….

  Well I’m a bit banged up at the moment – shouldn’t be nothing serious but you never can tell.   Anyway, I have managed to have a walk around the garden and snap a few shots.

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In an English country garden…

Perhaps not a ‘country’ garden but they are certainly from an English garden….

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Infinite Cubing….

It is nice to learn one new thing each day.  Today I learnt that cubing is in fact a recognised word (I know that is a very slippery slope in english compared say to french.)   Cubing according to the Urban … Continue reading

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Brexit Britain No. 09

It is very easy in these days of total confusion about WTF is happening in Westminster to forget that life goes on.  Perhaps the most surprising thing so far is just how little the nonsense is affecting life outside the … Continue reading

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From the bright side of the road…

What a wonderful thing it is to live in England in spring.  This is not meant to be some form of jingoistic statement but rather a reflection of just how the weather changes so quickly on these damp and green … Continue reading

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