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18/02/2018:

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Abbey ruins and cathedral
Bury St. Edmunds

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11/02/2018:

  • A review of Beast by Paul Kingsnorth 4

    "A hermit living in a deserted building on a West Country moor wakes up one day out of a dream or trance, to find himself lame and scarred by marks that seem to have been made by a large animal. After recovering his powers of movement, the hermit, Edward Buckmaster, wanders about the moor, with the vague feeling of being in search of something..." More

  • Photos.
Graffiti on a condom machine, Darwin College
Condom machine
Senate House, e-Luminated
Cambridge University freaks out
Heavy shower a mile or two away
Windy wastes

06/02/2018:

A review of France: A Nation on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown by Jonathan Miller 3

"This volume, written by a former Sunday Times journalist resident in France, consists almost entirely of short entries on a variety of topics relating to contemporary issues. These are presented alphabetically and in French, with the exception for no clear reason of 'European Union', since 'Union Européenne' would have hardly been more taxing to non-speakers of French than, for example, 'Professions Protégées', especially as there is always an English sub-heading to provide an explanation of the French term..." More


03/02/2018:

Photos:

SUPers
Surf's up in Norfolk

31/01/2018:

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River Glaslyn
Wet weekend in Wales

22/01/2018:

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Field
Gazeley, Suffolk
Rapid
Paddling in Devon - GoPro photos added
River Tees
Paddling in Durham - GoPro photos added

09/01/2018:

  • A review of My Twentieth Century Evening and Other Small Breakthroughs by Kazuo Ishiguro 3

    "Just how short can a book be that readers will part with £5 for it? My Twentieth Century Evening and Other Small Breakthroughs is the text of Kazuo Ishiguro's Nobel Literature Prize acceptance speech, and comes in at just 36 small pages. It's a good speech, characterised by the restraint and decency that are hallmarks of Ishiguro's persona..." More

  • Photos.
Humber Bridge
Humber

07/01/2018:

Photos:

Cat
Staffordshire
Rocks and paths
Baildon Moor
Back at the suspension bridge
Wharfedale

02/01/2018:

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Gorge below the Falls
Final paddle of 2017: River Wharfe

30/12/2017:

  • A review of How to Read Water by Tristan Gooley 3

    "This is a good idea for a book, but I'm not sure Tristan Gooley was the right person to write it. Gooley is an adventurer and "natural navigator", an expert at finding his way in the wilds..." More

  • Photos.
Cat
West Yorkshire
Lead-in to Abbey Rapids
Back on the River Tees
Frozen ripples on reservoir
Keighley and Ilkley
Snow
Snow

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