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Stormy sky

Brussels, December 2014.

Frankly too long ago.


Brompton Cemetery

Brompton Cemetery is one of the “magnificent seven” cemeteries that were opened in the nineteenth century in response to a burial crisis. London’s rapidly expanding population meant that the traditional parish church burial grounds were full to bursting and the city was running out of places to stash its dead. 369 more words


The Desert at Dungeness

Dungeness is classed as Britain’s only desert. It is situated on the coast of Kent and is in many ways a bleak wasteland, with its shingle beach that’s cluttered with rotting wooden boats, bits of rope, broken televisions and rusted bits of metal. 426 more words