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And past the poppies bluish neutral distance
Ends the land suddenly beyond a beach
Of shapes and shingle. Here is unfenced existence:
Facing the sun, untalkative, out of reach.
Philip Larkin

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18/07/2018:

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Paddling
Tryweryn

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10/07/2018:

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Cliffs
North Norfolk

07/07/2018:

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Legacy course
Lee Valley White Water Centre

05/07/2018:

You can now view chronological statistics in the Photos - Places pages:


01/07/2018:

  • A review of The Story of Oosterhuis by Belcampo. 3

    "Belcampo was the pen name of Herman Pieter Schönfeld Wichers, a Dutch author of H G Wells-style fantasy stories. Het Verhaal van Oosterhuis is the tale of a Dutchman who, on a professional expedition to the Indian subcontinent, falls down a ravine, miraculously survives, and is nursed to recovery among a tribe that lives in the bottom of the ravine..." More

  • Photos.
St. John's College
Punters in Cambridge

30/06/2018:

Photos:

Paddling
Upper Tryweryn
Snowdon, Carnedd Moel-siabod, the Glyders
Views of Snowdonia

26/06/2018:

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Paddling
Paddling the Lower Tryweryn

19/06/2018:

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The water tower at Linton
South Cambridgeshire
Flowers in hedgerow
Dalham, Suffolk
Restricted walkies
Yorkshire

02/06/2018:

Review: Other Minds by Peter Godfrey-Smith. About octopuses. 4

"The cephalopods are a class of molluscs with two members - octopuses and cuttlefish - that have developed sophisticated nervous systems and high levels of intelligence, the only invertebrates to have done so. What makes them so interesting is that this intelligence developed along a separate evolutionary line from that of mammals and birds..." More


31/05/2018:

Photos:

Graffiti
Almscliffe Crag

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