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A picture in ten thousand

Before I was any good at taking photos, I’d flick through the pages of National Geographic and daydream of trips to new places, where I’d capture wonderfully lit scenes to my heart’s content. Michael Palin’s first travel TV series “Around The World In Eighty Days” was the first series which piqued my interest in travel […]

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Modernity, Positano, Italy

While many things about the Amalfi coast are old and out-of-date, the memorial candles in the church of Santa Maria Assunta certainly aren’t. Powered by battery, their glow in darker corners is static and warm.

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Repps with Bastwick St. Peter

Repps with Bastwick is the unusual name of a small village near Great Yarmouth, in the English county of Norfolk. Village churches are normally unlocked during the day and on stepping inside, the lingering smell of incense always makes one feel as though the congregation has only just departed. Small leaflets and notices pinned to […]

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Jo and I would like to wish our family, online friends and acquaintances, and everyone the happiest of Christmases and most enjoyable New Year celebration.

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