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Two Days of Imaging

INTRODUCTION

Yesterday and today were both work days for me, and I stayed overnight in Norwich as I was attending an evening meeting in that fine city. 260 more words

The Bridge of Remembrance to reopen

It’s been a bit of a wait, but – fingers crossed ! – soon we will be able to stand on the Bridge of Remembrance again.  244 more words

Christchurch

IMAGING AND AN IMPORTANT PROTEST

INTRODUCTION

I have been at work today at James and Sons, and also a discussion has been taking place regarding a protest on Saturday. Thus this post is in two parts, starting with… 235 more words

Collect-orate, or something like that.

Like most people, our style has evolved over the years. What was once filled with furniture and decor from large chain furniture stores, is now a home mostly made up of pieces that we have found or made. 442 more words

Step back in time at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome

Visit Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome, near Maldon in Essex, and be part of history in the making. The aerodrome, established in 1916 as the base of the Royal Flying Corps 37 (Home Defence) Squadron, two years after the First World War began, is open for the public to enjoy. 152 more words

Family Days Out

IMAGING UNDER WAY FOR APRIL AUCTION

INTRODUCTION

A few of the images that feature in today’s post were done on Tuesday, most today. All are of items that will be going under the hammer on April 27th. 287 more words

Royal Air Force Museum

Not too long ago I went on a trip to the RAF Museum at RAF Cosford in Shropshire.

It is an absolutely amazing place and it is completely free to enter; although they do accept donations so it would be rude not to give a little. 126 more words

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