Tag Archives: Photography

See-through Sea

  I’m looking down through maybe a foot of water. The tide is coming in, the water is calm with a few ripples as tiny wavelets lap against the sea wall on which I am standing. The sun is shining; … Continue reading

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Blazing summer means a short brown autumn

‘Blazing summer means a short, brown autumn’ was the headline in the newspaper today. And here is further visual confirmation of the consequences of the UK’s recent heatwave. Leaves are already dropping – dead, burnt, fried. My previous Post, click … Continue reading

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Is this really July?

Well, the heat wave finally ended. The rain arrived yesterday and with it, wind. Everything got a soaking – no need to water the garden yesterday, nor today. Hurrah for that! Leaves have been blasted from the trees and I … Continue reading

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Pausing

Our lives seem to be governed by our iPhones or equivalents. They cause us to grind to a halt anywhere and everywhere. Even on a staircase – plenty long enough for me to take this and a number of other … Continue reading

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On the Cobb

Another image from our recent trip to Lyme Regis. Previously I posted an image of some boats in the little harbour protected by the Cobb (click here to view). Turning round from that image you get a view of the … Continue reading

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Christo on the Serpentine

Christo, famous for wrapping the Pont Neuf in Paris and the Reichstag in Berlin  has a new installation this summer in London. It’s a 66ft high array of oil barrels in the shape of a pyramid with the top cut … Continue reading

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Moorings

Lyme Regis ia a popular resort on the South Coast on the border between Dorset and Devon. It’s well-known for The Cobb – a man-made stone projection into the sea that protects the harbour and was first built centuries ago. … Continue reading

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