Monthly Archives: June 2014

Abbots Ripton Hall

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Visit to the hall on Open Day today.  Lovely grounds. Photos: Abbots Ripton Hall, 28th June 2014

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Woodbridge Quay

Woodbridge is a fine small Suffolk town with two distinctive faces: the interlocking communities around the church, the market square and the Thoroughfare; and the Quay area along the tidal River Deben. The Quay has its own elegance focusing on … Continue reading

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Parking

Photo: St Mary’s churchyard, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 26th June 2014

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Curious occupant

The curious occupant of a room at St Catherine’s College, Cambridge. Photo: St Catherine’s College Cambridge, June 2014

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Larger

Mid morning larger against the wall at St John’s College.  What’s the story? Photo: St John’s College, Bridge Street, Cambridge, June 2014

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Gothic Prison

Silent figures in a Gothic windowed prison. Photo: Trinity Street, Cambridge, June 2014

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Town v Gown

A chipboard mini Berlin Wall prevents the hoi polloi of the City from watching the May Ball revellers at St John’s College. Photo: St John’s College, Cambridge, June 2014

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Baldi 29 Revisited

This photograph was taken with a Baldi 29, my first half serious camera bought second hand in 1965. Balda was a German maker based in Dresden, founded in 1908. Baldix cameras were a series of self-erecting folding cameras derived from … Continue reading

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Modern Mani 4

Photo: Flower boat, Kardamili, May 2014

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Modern Mani 3

Photo: Yard/parking area, Kardamili village, May 2014

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Walking with Film

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“After breakfast we left Liakoto and took the road up out of Kardamili opposite the newsagent towards Petrovouni, past a straggle of hotels, apartments and houses. A grand new house was under construction on the left; the concrete frame was … Continue reading

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Modern Mani 2

Despite the growth in tourism, the Mani is still free of amusement arcades and funfairs.  The table football by the kiosk on the Platia, Kardamili, is enjoyed largely by local children. Photo: Table Football, the Platia, Kardamili, May 2014

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Scallop

“In November 2003, a striking tribute to Britten and his music was unveiled on the beach just north of Aldeburgh. Scallop – a four-metre high steel sculpture – was conceived by Suffolk-born artist Maggie Hambling, and made by Aldeburgh craftsmen … Continue reading

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Lime Kiln

Photo: Lime Kiln Road East Pit, Cambridge, May 2014

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