Today’s #Photograph 5/May/21

Surfers. You’ll find more of my professional pictures here, where you can purchase them as digital files, framed prints, canvas wraps, or Giclee art prints. Enjoy!

Today’s #Photograph 4/May/21

Reflection #12 You’ll find more of my professional pictures here, where you can purchase them as digital files, framed prints, canvas wraps, or Giclee art prints. Enjoy!

Today’s #Photograph 3/May/21

How Bright the Midday Sun You’ll find more of my professional pictures here, where you can purchase them as digital files, framed prints, canvas wraps, or Giclee art prints. Enjoy!

Today’s #Photograph 2/May/21

Experienced Wood #10 You’ll find more of my professional pictures here, where you can purchase them as digital files, framed prints, canvas wraps, or Giclee art prints. Enjoy!

Today’s #Photograph

Colloseum Viewers You’ll find more of my professional pictures here, where you can purchase them as digital files, framed prints, canvas wraps, or Giclee art prints. Enjoy!

Today’s Pictures: 30 Apr 21

A narrow tracks weaves through spring trees in the Forest of Dean. ‘No longer the round shoulders and stooping walk, no longer the shuffle of shame.  She was upright and open.’Stuart Aken, Breaking Faith. This is the final post in the series of photographs from our local forest walks. I’ve posted almost 1,000 of my …

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Today’s Pictures: 29 Apr 21

A forest road. ‘They walked between the guidelines for the transtrols and under rows of palms; dancing, running hand in hand, sauntering. Luce executed a series of perfect cartwheels and Randal applauded. He, in turn, walked fifteen paces on his hands.’Stuart Aken, The Methuselah Strain This series of photographs from our local forest will finish …

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Boxed In, by Penny Grubb: #BookReview.

384 PagesWomen Writers and Fiction/Thrillers This is the latest in the Annie Raymond series, and, as usual, worth waiting for. As someone who doesn’t read much crime fiction, I’ve always enjoyed this series of crime novels, which is probably explained by the excellent writing and the way Penny Grubb delivers her characters.In this story, Annie’s …

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Today’s Pictures: 28 Apr 21

A lane in the Forest of Dean ‘She walks in beauty, like the nightOf cloudless climes and starry skies;’Lord Byron This series of photographs from our local forest will finish at the end of April, by which time I’ll have posted almost 1,000 of my pictures in this series. For the last few days, I’m …

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Today’s Pictures: 27 Apr 21

Quiet stream ‘They won’t have me back because I walked out, there and then, of course.’Stuart Aken, Breaking Faith. This series of photographs from our local forest will finish at the end of April, by which time I’ll have posted almost 1,000 of my pictures in this series. For the last few days, I’m adding …

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Today’s Pictures: 26 Apr 21

Rocky outcrop in the forest. ‘He walked by himself, and all places were alike to him.’Rudyard Kipling This series of photographs from our local forest will finish at the end of April, by which time I’ll have posted almost 1,000 of my pictures in this series. For the last few days, I’m adding others from …

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Today’s Pictures: 25 Apr 21

Wandering Stream. ‘Where’er you walk, cool gales shall fan the glade,’Alexander Pope This series of photographs from our local forest will finish at the end of April, by which time I’ll have posted almost 1,000 of my pictures in this series. For the last few days, I’m adding others from my collection from the forest, …

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Today’s Pictures: 24 Apr 21

In the shadow of giants ‘I walk within the purlieus of the Law.’George Etherege This series of photographs from our local forest will finish at the end of April, by which time I’ll have posted almost 1,000 of my pictures in this series. For the last few days, I’m adding others from my collection from …

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Today’s Pictures: 23 Apr 21

New growth surrounds an ancient tree, not yet ready to burst its buds. ‘In soft flowing semi-transparent gold from throat to knee, escorted by the droid, she was walking the fourth level.’Stuart Aken, The Methuselah Strain These photographs from our local forest will finish at the end of April, by which time I’ll have posted …

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The Father I Never Knew

Kenneth Burden He died on this date in 1948, just 16 days before I was born, so I never met the man my mother always called ‘Daddy Ken’. She described him as a kind and wonderful man who never had a bad word for anyone. He spent his adult life as a car mechanic and …

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