Monthly Archives: December 2016

My highlights of 2016

We have BREXIT ongoing, we have TRUMP taking centre stage.  I just thought I’d take a photo or two from each month in 2016 to show that all was not gloom and doom. I’m determined to ‘think positive’ because that carries weight, rather than being crushed and feeling disenfranchised. A physicist mooted that ‘dark matter’ […]

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Buxton, Derbyshire – a fleeting visit

I hadn’t been to the north of England for a long time.  In this case it was ‘needs must’ and although my sister and I set off feeling anxious, it turned out to be more like a ‘weekend break’ –  but not at the weekend. Driving first along the M40 in the direction of Oxford, […]

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Autumn leaves and loaves …

Things – like a walk in the park, Things – like a walk in the dark … Suddenly,  the leaves are falling all at once.  It’s Autumn turning to Winter and time for the deer cull in Richmond Park.  Clouds  are gathering … Back in Barnes, we visit the bookshop, finding that it has a […]

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