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One exhibition that is a must-see

A break from my normal posting here with good reason. A friend of mine was visiting London and suggested we visit the 50 years of London architecture exhibition at the University of Westminster. I went, and to be perfectly frank … Continue reading

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Winter sun on Wobbly Bridge

Wobbly Bridge, or to use its official name ‘Millenium Bridge’ was opened about the same time as Hungerford Bridge – two new footpaths across the Thames, the latter replacing an older and rather beaten up structure. However Millenium bridge was … Continue reading

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The ‘theatre’ of Chester

I took these photos a little while back, in Chester just as it was getting dark and the shops were shutting. It’s a great city, with a certain sense of theatre about its street design and its “rows” (two tier … Continue reading

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Cloisters at Iona

Time out in Scotland, and I visited Iona to see the abbey- the base of the Iona community. My father was staying there for a week and I was able to spend some time with him there. Although a monastery … Continue reading

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