Monthly Archives: September 2009

Catch Life Collective…

Well worth a visit is FringeMK 2009 International Arts Festival ‘Catch Life Collective’ - Photography, at The Church Of Christ The Cornerstone, close to Milton Keynes shopping centre in Milton Keynes. This is an eclectic and diverse mix of visually stimulating and … Continue reading

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Sharpenhoe Clappers, Bedfordshire

Sharpenhoe village in Bedfordshire England is situated at the foot of the hills known as ‘Sharpenhoe Clappers.’ Michael Halfpenny took this rather romatic shot on his recent visit to ‘The Clappers’. Sharpenhoe itself is the birthplace of the writer Carrie King, author … Continue reading

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More of Sharpenhoe Clappers…

Another shot of Sharpenhoe Clappers from Michael Halfpenny… this time a very pleasing landscape.

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The Avebury Stones…

Michael Halfpenny joins my blog this week with his shots of The Avebury Stones. The village of Avebury is seen as a mecca for those who believe in Paganism, Wicca, and Druidry. The Avebury Stones surround the village in the fair county … Continue reading

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An Extract from ‘The Truth about Madeleine’

Barney Westlake hadn’t expected to walk into another relationship quite so soon. In fact, his presence in Scotland and particularly his arrival in Largs was to forget Madeleine. That was some hell of an affair! He was sure to this … Continue reading

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Some Noel Coward Quotes…

“I believe that life is for living, don’t you? …It’s difficult to know what else one could do with it.” “I like long walks, especially when they are taken by people who annoy me.” An actress friend once said to … Continue reading

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Early Ford…

This 1938 Ford caught Robert’s camera eye, as he took to foot on the streets of London recently.

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Red Bull Reflection…

Robert Morey continues his travels around The Capital… and took this Red Bull Ad in a querky mirror reflection. Well done Robbie.. ‘My Girls’ love a Red Bull with a whisky chaser!

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The Aerated Bread Company…

The Aerated Bread Company started life in 1862 as an Islington Bakers of fine healthy, additive-free bread, and within two years opened the first of 250 ABC self-service Tea Shops. In the late Victorian period - an ABC tea room was … Continue reading

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Amos ‘n’ Andy… ‘Check and Double Check’

This 1930 RKO offering would raise a few eyebrows these days! Based on a popular radio show, it soon ran into problems in bringing it to the screen. It features the exploits of two black guys, well enough on radio… … Continue reading

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