Used Fireworks

All was quiet and still early this morning. Storm Eunice had passed on and the sun shone. We began by shopping at Tesco. After half an hour the skies darkened, the wind speed rose seemingly faster than the predicted 46 m.p. h., and heavy rain steadily descended throughout our subsequent forest drive. A team mustContinue reading “Used Fireworks”

From Dawn To Dusk

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. THOSE IN GROUPS ACCESS GALLERIES THAT CAN BE VIEWED FULL SIZE. The pale pastel pink and blue skies that Dawn ushered in this morning ¬†showed a certain amount of promise. But she was only kidding. Within half an hour or so, she slid a slate canopy over our heads, andContinue reading “From Dawn To Dusk”

‘I Wouldn’t Dare’

My friend Geoff Le Pard, this time, gave me the correct location of the former Gosling home. It is actually on the corner of Woodcock Lane and Silver Street. Jackie drove me out there this morning. I would imagine the gates are rather different than those Geoff would have known. Although very convenient for photographingContinue reading “‘I Wouldn’t Dare’”

A Family Outing And A Disappearing Act

Continuing our post-Christmas sort out, I came across a Fortnum and Mason picnic hamper from a previous Wolf and Luci Christmas present. This now contains various items of photographic interest, including some early negatives and slides. I scanned four black and white negatives from a family trip to Richmond Park in 1962. Three of theseContinue reading “A Family Outing And A Disappearing Act”