Monthly Archives: January 2020

Hunstanton

Sitting on the eastern side of the Wash, Hunstanton is the only place on the coast of East Anglia where you can watch the sun set over the sea. It’s ‘Sunny Hunny’.  In the afternoons it’s rendered in contre-jour light … Continue reading

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Dalmatians

Dalmatians, the most photogenic dogs.  ‘The Dalmatian is a breed of medium-sized dog, noted for its unique black, liver spotted coat and mainly used as a carriage dog in its early days. Its roots trace back to Croatia and its … Continue reading

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Shingle Street 22

‘Well, our visitors have been, and gone, and also mother and Joan, and I think they all enjoyed themselves what little time they were here, although Arthur was afraid that he would be frozen down here, as he had never … Continue reading

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Bus Travel

One of the pleasures of riding on the upper deck of a bus – street photography in comfort.  Brian Sadler, one of my economics lecturers, said that if the Romans had seen a double decker bus they would assume that … Continue reading

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Shingle Street 21

Tuesday 31st December, the end of 2019, but not the end of the disruption to the norm that extends from around December 20th to a point in the New Year when the sales are exhausted and those that have too … Continue reading

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Shingle Street 20

A feather-topped fetish has appeared at the end of the whelk line where the shingle ridge plunges to the sea.  At its foot feathers planted in the stones shiver in the wind.

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