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I was happy to be shortlisted in The RPS monthly competition! All votes would be very welcome http://www.rps-365.org/competition/finalist/15226/?competition=The%20Christmas%20Card%20Competition

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Hungry water fowl welcome food donations from people walking along the Thames in Richmond. They sometimes become a little grabby...as this young lad discovered.

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On the first of January I was inspired by a photo club friend to embark on a 365 project - to take at least one photo a day for a year. Day one was easy - the sun appeared for the first time in many days and even the mud was sparkling in my local Park. Day two and the rain returned. After...

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Whilst visiting the flower show last week, I had quick visit to the Privy Garden of the Palace and spotted a couple in period dress. The tourist coach driver is also appropriately clad but her mobile phone rather spoiled the historical nature of the photographic moment! A small Privy garden...

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08/07/2012 - 11:30 AM

4 July 2012 - The show gardens

UK, Hampton Court, Hampton Court Palace Flower Show- July 2012: This is the largest flower show in the world and is held every year in July. It is run by the Royal Horticultural Society and is erected on the North and South sides of the Long Water at Hampton Court Palace. The first show was in 1990....

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UK, Hampton Court, Hampton Court Palace Flower Show- July 2012: This is the largest flower show in the world and is held every year in July. It is run by the Royal Horticultural Society and is erected on the North and South sides of the Long Water at Hampton Court Palace. The first show was in 1990....

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...and so we made our way home from the Olympic Park Visit. We caught the Jubilee line from Stratford to North Greenwich where we boarded a Thames clipper for a very quick trip along the Thames. The giant Olympic rings on the Tower bridge had just been unveiled by mayor, Boris Johnson, and I managed...

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We had planned to join a tour of the Olympic site - this was not to be as the District line let us down and we arrived after the tour had departed. The route to the Olympic park from the Bromley By Bow tube station was poorly marked but we navigated our way across the highway and started walking...

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02/07/2012 - 8:39 AM

Olympic site

A visit to the Olympic site area last week was interesting - not possible to gain access but I had distant views of the Olympic Park and Anish Kapoor sculpture/viewing tower. Railway Station and Two Towers Closed off Behind Barbed Wire On the wrong side of the tracks Be...

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