Monthly Archives: June 2017

A Sense of Place?

A sense of place? No, rather I’d say this photo shows a typical British weathery-sense. Advertisements

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Words Discordant

Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year old girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial-killer . . . Read on “Arwen . . .?” I heard a familiar voice, though it seemed far away. “Arwen?” I opened my … Continue reading

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Making a Spectacle

The Spectacle Goose, better known as the Egyptian Goose, having escaped from some ornamental fowl collection, now breeds amongst the Norfolk Broads. I snapped these at South Walsham Broad. Photos taken at South Walsham Broad.

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Imagine . . . Damsels Flying

As a bird photographer I’m best at flowers—they don’t flit and fly away. Yet, ironically, the smaller flyers (butterflies, dragon- and damselflies) when they alight upon a leaf are more likely to (re)pose awhile. And so . . . Photos … Continue reading

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Broken Water

Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year old girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial-killer . . . Read on I knew that woman with her scraped-back black hair. I knew that I knew her, I just couldn’t … Continue reading

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Passionate About Pylons

Second to plants, this is my other passion . . . Photo taken 31st May 2017, between Forncett St Mary and Hapton, Norfolk

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From Heath to Fen to Broad

Continuing the series of Broads’ posts: An easy and enjoyable, 10 mile, walk through varied terrain, beginning on the acidic sandy soils ENE of Norwich through to the miry fens and the Broads that nestle amongst the marshes along the … Continue reading

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