Spring is well under way. The daffs and crocuses are done, grape hyacinths are hanging on in there and anemones (a few) in fine fettle. Tadpoles wriggle in the rather neglected pond… Best of all, though, for a Yorkshire lass, … Continue reading
Well, that’s embarrassing. 1st March already and my first post of 2017… Ashamed of myself! Here are a few suitably random pics just to show that I haven’t hibernated the whole time since I last posted!
I wrote about this place earlier in the year, and eventually got around to doing a slideshow. Sign of age, repeating myself, I guess, but it bears a re-visit! Enjoy a quiet meander through this local gem…
December 2, 2016
Tagged architecture, art, carving, church, contemplative, Droitwich, gem, glass, hidden, Josey, Pippet, quiet, Ravenna, stone, Venetian, Worcestershire
Online versions of a few of my photobooks. A Norfolk Collection 2016 holiday with friends. A Grand Day Out A pleasant Gloucestershire mooch The Grand Tour 2012 A 3-week driving tour, mainly Germany; a Lutheran homage, UNESCO sites and more. … Continue reading
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Yep, pretty much what it says. We wandered over to Hanbury Hall, a pleasant local National Trust property, the other Sunday, to find it was Apple Day, entailing all sorts from creating apple boats in the orchard to sales of … Continue reading
Earlier this week our photographic group of four took a photo-trip to London, combining this with taking a look at the exhibition Strength for Life at St Martin-in-the-Fields as Pam, one of our number, had a winning portrait on show. … Continue reading
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Tagged #randomactsofkindness, Big Issue, cabbie, city, F.action, kindness, London, pay it forward, people, random acts of kindness, stranger
Finally got round to finishing the myriad photos taken on our short break with friends in North Norfolk and with the incentive of a voucher that ran out at midnight tonight, I managed to put together a photobook of a … Continue reading
Earlier this week David Holden led a fascinating guided tour round the Sacred Heart church as part of the DAN Arts Week in Droitwich. He talked about the story of the church and its wonderful Venetian glass mosaics, which include as … Continue reading
Well, that took me by surprise. It’s almost the end of January and I’ve not even wished you well for the New(ish) Year…. It’s been rather a downbeat start. We cancelled a visit to friends for New Year’s Eve as … Continue reading
A quick visit to Hanbury Hall the other week mainly to see our local arts network exhibition, but the autumn colours were just gorgeous so we had to take a wander around….