Monthly Archives: October 2013

Clay shooting

Yesterday I spent a few hours at a local clay target/pigeon shooting ground. Not shooting with a gun but with my trusty camera whilst accompany my son around the ground as he shot. The form of shooting was “simulated game” … Continue reading

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Something different.

Just enjoy!

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Palmyra

Today I thought I would dip into my archive of past travel photographs. The search reminded me of many interesting places that I have been fortunate enough to visit over the years. I stopped at a section that included a … Continue reading

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Ruins

Lying within the grounds of the National Trust’s Nymans Estate and Gardens are the ruins of a picturesque stone manor, designed by Sir Walter Tapper and Norman Evill in a mellow late Gothic/Tudor style. A disastrous fire in 1947 left … Continue reading

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Mechanics

This time B&W shots from a day at the Bluebell Line. Just trying to get a different perspective and capture the engineering skills needed to build these trains.

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Church

This time back to Churches and the Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Ditchling, East Sussex. A lovely church set up on high ground near to the centre of the village. 

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Chichester Cathedral

A return to the theme of Churches. Although this time a little more elevated as it is a Cathedral. What magnificent architecture we have in our midst. Such a shame we have moved away from this form of building. I … Continue reading

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