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Pocket Notebook… Westhartlepool 1963… Photo Colin Jones

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Pocket Notebook…Children playing with paper boats…Paris 1950

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Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day,? The opening lines to William Shakespeare’s famous Sonnet 18 Thou art more lovely and temperate Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May William Shakespear 1564 – 1616

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Stairs at Montmartre 1936 Photo by Brassia

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Rupert Brook 1887 – 1915 He was in Germany when he wrote… God, I would pack and take a train and get me to England once again, for England’s the one land, I know, where men with splendid hearts may … Continue reading

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Baltimore Harbour 1955… Photo by Aubrey Bodine…

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Often seen around the Norfolk Broads and the River Bure is a Mississippi Paddle Boat named ‘Southern Comfort’ She is used for day trips, parties and conferences, gliding in true majestic style, out from Horning. Photo by Roy Northwood

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Batford Springs Nature Reserve (A beautiful picture by Debra Moore)

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The Shriving of Miss Esme Stamp…

Episode 91… A Gathered Reunion… From a distance things seemed ok to Charles, but his mind was concerned for his dear friend ‘Herby’ His rather singular lifestyle worried Charles somewhat and he noticed at times his friend would become quite middling in his thoughts, and … Continue reading

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The Shriving of Miss Esme Stamp…

Episode 90… A Close Encounter… Charles continued to wonder at the remarkable colour images that Gabby began to produce, colour chemicals worked well with the new American Ansco film and print paper, costs were high, and as yet Eastman had … Continue reading

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