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A tale of two walks

One longer than looked for, the other shorter than expected. One a stomp through the dreary inner city dankness of a barely light early morning, the other a stroll through the filmic golden tones of a benignly sunny late afternoon. 1,251 more words

Lacock Abbey and grounds

It was a photo tour of Lacock abbey, by Clare at Suitcases and Sandcastles, that inspired me to add the abbey to the list of places I planned to visit during my trip to England last year. 959 more words


Wingardium Leviosa!

This past week has flown by. All of my days are busy and everything I have been doing is starting to morph together – so I am extra thankful I am writing these posts and will be able to look back and remember everything. 291 more words

Special Post: Finding HP in the UK (Part 1/2)

Apologies everyone, as I had previously promised a post on both Monday and Tuesday that never came. I’ve been a little caught up; it was my Mum’s 60th birthday a couple of weekends ago, I went camping with my cousins the weekend just past, and have since developed a flu. 783 more words

Crazed Ramblings

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


The Beginnings of Photography

This week I have had the unique opportunity to visit the birth place of photography, Lacock Abbey, the home of William Henry Fox Talbot, the inventor of photography with the positive, negative process. 332 more words


The Fox Talbot Museum at Lacock Abbey

William Henry Fox Talbot. Who is famous for his important contributions to the invention of Photography. Fox Talbot is considered as one of the founders of modern photographic processes. 183 more words

Capturing Moments In Time