Monthly Archives: July 2012

Touching history

A short time ago I had the pleasure of taking an Australian couple on one of my photography walking tours of London. They chose a walking route from Vauxhall, on the south of the River Thames, through to the Palace … Continue reading

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How to mark pain

For the last few days, I have been struggling to remember a quotation.  It comes from a play I read for English A-level, and so perhaps that passage of time explains my struggle! The play was called Comedians by Trevor … Continue reading

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Passionate moments

Recently, I had the pleasure of seeing a production of Equus, staged in Greenwich as part of a national tour by London Classic Theatre. It’s a play which I think has sadly been ruined for some people either by its … Continue reading

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A living project

This year, I am lucky enough to be exhibiting at Childwickbury Arts Fair, near St Albans.  The images I have for sale will include some of my own favourites from over the past year, as well as a few from my … Continue reading

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The variety of life

So, the Transylvania blog entries have finished – I can hear sighs of relief all round!  Normal service will now be resumed – but I hope you found something to interest you in either the nature, history or photographic opportunities in … Continue reading

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