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06/03/2019:

Photos:

First Parish Church
Waltham, Massachusetts, and a bit of Connecticut
Cambridge Reservoir and pond
A week in Waltham, MA
Sudbury River, Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
A tour of the cradle of the American Revolution, Massachusetts
The raging sea
The North Shore of Massachusetts
Financial district
Boston, Massachusetts
From the air
Flying home

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18/02/2019:

Photos:

Paddlers
Lee Valley Olympic course

11/02/2019:

  • A review of Olijfje by Helga Ruebsamen 3

    "Helga Ruebsamen was born to a German father and a Dutch mother in the Dutch East Indies. Her family was in the Netherlands when the Second World War broke out, and was unable to return home..." More

  • A guest review of L'ordre du jour by Eric Vuillard 4

    "I read this Goncourt Prizewinning work in the original French, in which it is entitled L'ordre du jour. This term can also be rendered as 'The Agenda', which, as I hope to show, might in some respects be a better translation..." More

  • What sort of thing happens on a Thursday? Now you can find out with the "Days of Week" Photos Statistics widget:

  • Photos.
The Chevin, and the edge of Menston
Wharfedale
River Cam, from a footbridge
Cambridge
It's Burwell Fen
Fens

28/01/2019:

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More sculptures
Gunpowder Park, Waltham Abbey, Essex

22/01/2019:

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Aberglaslyn Gorge
Wales

13/01/2019:

  • A review of Adrian Mole: The Wilderness Years by Sue Townsend 3

    "I continue my non-chronological journey through Adrian Mole's adult diaries. The Wilderness Years was the first full volume of Mole's journals to be published after the narrator hit his twenties, and Sue Townsend had the challenge of supplanting the humour of the first two books, which derived substantially from their naive teenage perspective, to a more sophisticated adult context..." More

  • Photos.
Clouds over Wharfedale
Chevin
Slawston Hill
A grey day in Leicestershire

05/01/2019:

A review of Titaantjes by Nescio 4

"JHF Grönloh was a Dutch businessman who secretly wrote short works of fiction and published them under the pen name of Nescio (Latin: "I don't know"). He is famous in the Netherlands, but virtually unknown in the English-speaking world - hardly surprising since no English translations of his work existed until 2012..." More


04/01/2019:

Photos:

Sheep
West Yorkshire
Cliffs
Abortive kayak surfing, East Yorkshire

30/12/2018:

Photos:

Lunch stop
Derbyshire, Part 1
Blurred dog
Ilkley Moor
Tunnel
Derbyshire, Part 2

26/12/2018:

Photos:

It's all starting to go wrong
Paddling in Durham and Cumbria - GoPro photos added
Watling Street
Thaxted, Essex

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