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People have been asking me if it’s hard to find food when out and about. The answer is always “it depends”. I spend a lot of time in London, Brighton and Bristol and they all have vegan and vegetarian places galore. You’d be surprised though at how many places will have something you can eat […]
Information and photographs from the walk, plus Fitbit evidence of completion!
As some of you know Alice and I took part in the CLASP charity walk last year, and to those of you who supported and donated a massive, massive thank you! I’ve decided to do the walk again this year, as we need to keep the momentum around these issues going! Please donate/donate again if […]
An early Christmas treat—Alice and I visited Warner Bros Studio Tour for the second time, to experience “Hogwarts in the Snow”. I took my SLR for this visit, but only my fixed lens. Zoom would have been useful in this context, but there are still plenty of photographs…
What seems like an age ago now, I signed up for a charity walk. It was for CLASP who “raise awareness & support for those suffering the stigma surrounding mental illness & increase suicide prevention.”
My seventh visit to the sunny south of France. Mostly for being lazy, reading and swimming in the sea. I hardly took any photographs as a result. I still haven’t gone through all the ones from the other six visits! 🙂
I have a bit of a doll collection going on, and am particularly fond of the quirky, gothic Monster High dolls. I picked up Rochelle Goyle in New York and knew she had to go to Paris. She’s a gargoyle with the Eiffel Tower on her dress! We did a silly photo project that elicited […]
Fellow Jazhans conspirator Hannah and I booked a long weekend in Paris. The goal was to explore as much art as possible, whilst making the most of French cuisine and going up tall buildings. In those things we were successful, with some thoughts for a second trip in the future.
Photographs that didn’t fit anywhere else. Includes some Fabergé eggs, Grand Central Station, rust, the Library and art.
Photographs from in and around New York’s High Line Garden.
Photographs taken from a helicopter tour around lower Manhattan and up the Hudson river. Includes the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower, Empire State Building and lots of buildings.