A Knight’s Tale (47: Wedding And Honeymoon)

Our wedding took place at St Edmund’s Church, Beckenham, on 2nd March 1968. We enjoyed a four day honeymoon at The Kings Arms, Ockley, where these three portraits were produced while my new mother-in-law looked after Michael. One of our walks took us up Leith Hill. This abandoned house provided ample photo-opportunities near the inn,Continue reading “A Knight’s Tale (47: Wedding And Honeymoon)”

Travel Challenge Reveal

The 10 day travel challenge required no explanation of the chosen pictures. Now is the time to elaborate a bit. Day 1 featured a splendid toyshop in, I believe, Monpazier, one of southwest France’s Bastide towns, which I visited with friends Maggie and Mike in September 2003. More about such towns, with photographs, appears inContinue reading “Travel Challenge Reveal”

Leith Hill

It has been rather a sleepy, sluggish, day today. The effect of the virus is diminishing, but departing with some reluctance. Again I concentrated on scanning colour slides. These were the last 22 from my honeymoon with Jackie in March 1968. They were taken on a short trip across to Leith Hill, the highest point inContinue reading “Leith Hill”