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From the prehistoric to the merely ancient

I’ve had a busy old week and been unwell for longer so was unable to write at all so I hope this collection of photos which I took on Thursday. 416 more words


Paul Nash at Tate Britain- a review

I first discovered the artist Paul Nash in my mid-teens (some forty years ago now) when I was writing about the First World War for my school history lessons.   547 more words

Holiday 2016 - Glastonbury & Cornwall

The Beginning…

Well everything has a beginning and so did the start of our holiday. Or to put it correctly the dreaded car trouble one week before setting off. 3,517 more words


The Brass Neck Conference

Today Historic England, the National Trust and English Heritage will be taking to the platform of the conference celebrating 30 years of the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site – why? 118 more words


Living With Monuments gets underway

An exciting new project has now begun in earnest at Avebury. The National Trust has teamed up once again with the Universities of Southampton and Leicester and Allen Environmental Archaeology ( 144 more words


Musings at Avebury

Every so often, I feel moved to try and express some of what I experience as part of my non-OCA photography. For this, I favour contemplative photography practises, and I find it slightly bizarre that some of my work seems to inspire poetry – not a past-time that ever entered my head before. 19 more words

Research & Reflection