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Autumn Days...

“Autumn days when the grass is jeweled and the silk inside a chestnut shell. Jet planes meeting in the air to be refueled, all these things I love so well” 375 more words

Life In The North

A happy accident - overexposing Portra 160

Recently I put a roll of Portra 160 through my Canon FTb, a camera which I hadn’t used for a while, as I’ve been shooting mostly medium format. 347 more words


Coldberry Lead Mine, Teesdale

Coldberry is an isolated spot in a side valley off Teesdale, not far from Middleton-in-Teesdale, which was at its most active in the second half of the nineteenth century. 285 more words



“It was a lark at first—really it was a lark, Gale, for all your long face! And I’ve made pots of money by it. But I’m sick to death of the whole thing—want to get my fingers on realities for a change. 4,321 more words

Book Review

The Note-Worthy North: Roundhay Tropical World

The North of England is generally underrated. Tourism is attracted to the big cities down in the South, and the North is left, with its beautiful treasures, without any credit. 296 more words

Animal Sanctuary

Hello world!

These are the thoughts of a slightly rambling, thirty-something (…..& counting) teacher from a little town in the North of England.    My world for about nine months of the year involves looking after (….& hopefully teaching and inspiring) 30 little monsters between the hours of 9-3pm. 

Dare you enter?

Little Monsters

One shot - Look over there

I don’t normally post blog articles which are just a single image, but then I thought, it’s my blog, why not?

I took this in Plessey Woods, Northumberland, with the Fuji GA645Zi and Kodak Portra 400, converted to mono in Adobe Lightroom.