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I try not to be political here, but I want to share this letter I’ve just sent to my MP. Feedback from My Taller Half was along the lines of ‘you could have worded that more strongly’, to which I … Continue reading

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Getting the hang of 500px

For those of you who don’t know, 500px is a photo sharing site aimed at photographers. A bit like Flickr used to be like but with a few little twists. I wasn’t intending to join another photo sharing site. I’d … Continue reading

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Time for a new plan

I’ve been neglecting my blog. Again. I’ve been thinking about what to do, and I’ve come up with a plan. I like taking photos, and I’ve reached the point where I need to give my photography more attention. Do I … Continue reading

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Two disappointments

Today we had two disappointments. The first one involved our border collie Holly. The second involves our house. Disappointment #1 Holly Today was Holly’s first practice run at going to Doggie Daycare. We’re not planning to abandon her or become … Continue reading

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Goodbye 2014, hello 2015

What have I been up to in 2014? Obviously not blogging (sorry blog). The Wolsingham Wayfarers have taken up a lot of my attention. I’m the ‘official’ walks photographer, and I manage the website, twitter and facebook page. Just google … Continue reading

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Chicken traumas

I’ve had a malfunctioning chicken for a while. For whatever reason (most likely the ridiculous over-breeding that goes into commercial layers) she cannot make eggs with shells. Every so often she fails to pass her shell-less egg and becomes ill. … Continue reading

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Smugness: a cautionary tale

In heavy rain, Wolsingham is prone to flash flooding. The streets can turn into instant rivers and sandbags are a permanent presence in some vulnerable areas. Despite being rather close to the river, water runoff flows safely past our house … Continue reading

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