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Sometimes Things Go Wrong


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I like documentary and street photography, but a bit of anything else on the side. I tend not to use Photoshop too much, just sticking to the basic adjustments, but sometimes break free to try something "arty".

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Sometimes Things Go Wrong

12 Sep 2014 10:30AM   Views : 392 Unique : 272

Am a bit fed up this week. We were supposed to go on hols for a few days next week but hubs is sick, the cat is sick, and various other things are going wrong. We might even have to cancel, at great expense. Oh well, these things happen ............... The only highlight so far has been a lovely UA from Lillian for my series of tall ships pics, which sadly didn't go down as well as I thought they would. I must be losing my touch. Sad

Anyway, went to the Science Museum yesterday to see the photo exhibitions I didn't get to see on my last visit due to the immensity of the crowds queueing to get in, but they turned out to be quite disappointing. So I went through to the Natural History Museum while I was up there and to my horror they've moved all the old skeletons and stuff from the first floor to somewhere I couldn't find, and all the interesting stuffed birds have been removed from the glass cases on the ground floor. Mind you, they managed to find space for yet another food outlet upstairs next to Charles Darwin, which seemed to be very popular. Don't know what the management have in mind but it's just completely spoilt the whole place. Sad

I didn't even get my camera out as I felt quite deflated, but on the way home I just had to snap the flower arrangements on South Ken underground station. Station Garden of the Year it ain't.



Sorry for all the grumbling.

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