Monthly Archives: February 2015

Down the drain

OK, I’ve not completely lost it today, even if I am posting an image of a drain.  Bear with me, and let me explain. A few weeks’ ago I was on a photo walk where a couple of the participants … Continue reading

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Glancing over the bannister

A couple of times over the last few years, I’ve been fortunate to be asked to serve as a volunteer photographer for London Open House weekend.  I get sent to all sorts of buildings across the capital to take photos, … Continue reading

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Wood for the trees

There’s something endlessly intriguing, I find, about paths winding through woodland.  Perhaps it is the way the light breaks softly through the canopy of branches, or the way in which the leaf-litter strewn underfoot and the web of twigs overhead … Continue reading

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Lamps in situ

Judging from the social media feedback, yesterday’s art deco lamps proved a popular choice, so I thought I’d follow up and end the week with a photo of them “in situ”!  Today’s shot is a wide-angle view of Freemasons’ Hall, … Continue reading

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Lamps

As my blog is titled “Lamp for the Journey”, I thought it was high time we actually saw some lamps.  So here we go.  Today’s picture is of one of the splendid lamp fittings on Freemasons’ Hall near Covent Garden … Continue reading

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A sense of autumn

I guess I’m about two seasons out of sync with today’s post, focussing on autumn when we are supposed to be looking forward to spring.  But when I was hunting through my photos for an image to share today, this … Continue reading

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Gazebos on the river

For many years I lived in Ware, in Hertfordshire, a town with many claims to fame – including the legendary Great Bed of Ware which was built for one of the many coaching inns which lined the High Street, and … Continue reading

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