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. . . of some kind. It's growing with, seemingly, hundreds of others, in my garden.
A quick shot (they all seem to be, these days) in the rain, with the dog.
Strictly speaking, it's not a bridge at all. The series, of which this is a part, got its name because the first images I took were of the site where an old railway bridge had been removed. Sadly, I couldn't be there to capture its demise although I made sure I didn't miss the very careful ...
"The Apostrophe Protection Society" to be exact. The society's only aim is to preserve the correct usage of the apostrophe. Yes, there is such a thing and yes, I am a member! I actually think that everybody should be. Even some teachers with whom I've worked are unsure of it...
The bench where I sat for a while this afternoon after a (free) school lunch. Being a governor does have some advantages! The bench is a newcomer compared to almost everything else that's on that site. The stone archway behind it, for example, has been there since the sixteenth century.
"Priory House." from "Priory Gardens" with "Priory Church" behind me and to my right.
Not my usual kind of thing, this. Normally, I shy away from taking photographs of strangers.I feel that I'm somehow intruding but I found myself sitting on the Clock Tower's open base this lunchtime and this guy was sitting at a bit more than 90º to my left, so I shot this, blind, with the ...
Shot with my old mobile phone while I was out with the dog. Again.
This place always seems to be busy whenever I walk past but for whatever reason, it's on the market. You can't see it here but that's what it says on that sign just below the balcony.
I found this in the corner of 'Wilkinsons' car park and got the shot before Sprocket showed his appreciation for their having left it there.
The side door to Priory Church, to be exact.
Taken during a school visit to "Kentwell Hall" in Suffolk. Once you're inside the grounds, which are huge, you could be forgiven for thinking that you've stepped back in time. The whole place is inhabited by people, lots of people, who are dressed and act as authentically as i...
I found this guy in the garden with a crowd of other, similar, pollen gatherers.
This caught my eye whilst walking the dog. (Nothing new there then!) Despite appearances, the LHS is actually vertical. It's the rest of it that's wrong! Once again, taken using my old Samsung Steele mobile.
The shop where Christians, presumably, buy their books. Shot taken using my ancient Samsung Steele mobile; nursed back to some semblance of health with CS6.