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Fanny (Against The Light)

One of the shots from a photo session yesterday afternoon along the shores of Lac Léman. After shooting other pictures in the woods, we went to an area of open sunshine and I asked Fanny to stand with her back to the sun. I then took up position in the shadow she cast, with the […]

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Jo

More details about this photo and a full-screen gallery are in this blog post at Permanent Tourist.

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The beach at Morar, western Scotland

This was on my first trip to the western coast of Scotland, en route to the Isle of Skye. The white sand and brilliant turquoise sea still amazes me and I hope to return there soon, to be able to take more photographs of the amazing and unexpected landscape views.

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The White Rat Cat

Graffiti as art on the walls of a disused pub in Liverpool, photographed on a trip to visit Jo in November 2004 and now hanging as a photograph on our wall at home. The painting is by reknowned street artist Banksy, whose work has recently been reported in the British "Daily Mail" newspaper as having […]

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Palm, Capri, Italy

Blue and white pottery features all over the region: not just for sale, but also in decorative form on houses and public buildings. The blue represents the sky and sea and yellow, the lemons for which the region is famous.

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A Year In Switzerland

One year ago today, you and I arrived back in Switzerland after I went to the U.K. to collect you. In that time, we’ve spent pretty much every day together, we’ve become engaged, begun planning our wedding, and made a life together which is so much better than the life we had when we lived […]

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Her Day

We "crashed" a drinks reception in the Bar Rouge, on the 31st floor of the Messeturm, by arriving before the wedding party had left for their evening reception.

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Green Thursday

In German-speaking countries, today is called "Gründonnerstag" ("Green Thursday"). The name comes from one of several suggested pre-15th century sources, including the liturgical colour green and the pagan celebration of the arrival of spring by eating green vegetables. In our office, we have no green vegetables handy, so we have a basket of small chocolate […]

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Untitled

We are off on our travels at ungodly o’clock tomorrow morning leaving this snow stuff behind (hopefully) and coming back with lots of photos and – yes! – little video clips. Until we get back, edit them and wait for the year or so it takes YouTube to publish anything, you’ll have to entertain yourselves […]

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