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Quiet

Today’s guest picture is another from my brother’s many excursions in NZ.  This time he was visiting a town called Thames, built during the Victorian gold rush, where he visited a famous cascade.  545 more words

Birds

From Grey To Gold To Red

Definitely a weekend of contrasting days with regards to the weather. My Saturday visit to Cranford Park was brought to an abrupt end with a heavy downpour late morning. 890 more words

Showing off

Today’s guest picture shows William and Sara, two happy prize winners at the Eskdale show today and comes thanks to modern technology from the phone of their mother Liz via her husband’s phone and then on to me by email.  928 more words

Birds

Dunnock/Intergalactic Holocaust - Split

Well, look who is mr. Popular now; another new underground label contacted me to check out their stuff, but this time it’s raw black metal! Prepare your ears for impenetrable walls of distorted guitar screeches and the wailing of a madman, and some mediocre “ambient” track. 481 more words

Black Metal

Summery Again

Thanks  to an extended period under high pressure (well a week or so) we now have daytime temps into the low 20’s (C) but night-time it drops to below 10 deg so a bit chilly first thing in the morning. 565 more words

Tomatoes