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Monochrome Monday… Holy Island, September 1998

Holy Island, September 1998
Contax G1, Carl Zeiss T* Biogon 28mm f/2.8 – Ilford HP5 Plus

Saturday saw another madcap round trip to Scotland so that my pal Mark could go to a football match, this time in Edinburgh. 92 more words

Photography

Just A Quick One..

Hello from a slightly rainy Northumberland! Just wanted to put a quick little catch up/excuse out there for any of my followers.

As I sit with damp, frizzy hair and a cup of coffee, I’ve been thinking about how many times in the past month I’ve been on and off my blog, starting posts with no enthusiasm or failing to get words out due to a bit of writer’s block. 203 more words

Lifestyle

The Olde Ship Inn, Seahouses, ENGLAND

This pub is a must-see in Seahouses. Right on the harbour, this place has a wall to wall to ceiling collection of maritime oddities that pay homage to salty seafaring traditions. 115 more words

Reviews

Northumberland OPP probe road rage after BMW smashed with crowbar

OPP are investigating an incident of road rage after the window of a vehicle was smashed on Thursday night.

Northumberland OPP say just after midnight officers received a call about an alleged road rage incident on Maplewood Avenue in Brighton. 187 more words

News

Transit projects in Kawartha Lakes, Cobourg, Port Hope get provincial investment

The province on Friday announced $790,000 and $500,000, respectively, for transit projects in the City of Kawartha Lakes and the towns of Cobourg and Port Hope. 704 more words

Politics

Pinholes in Berwick upon Tweed

This week’s trip with the Reality So Subtle 6x6F pinhole camera was to Berwick upon Tweed, which sits near the border between England and Scotland and is famous for having changed hands between the two countries 13 times, most recently in 1482. 478 more words

Analogue

Muckle by Paul Mein

Muckle

Ye’ll hev nae doot hord the sayin “Many a mickle myeks a muckle.”

Nowt sa true as when wa taakin aboot bilberries.

It teks yonks to fill a basket or pail with enough for a pie or tart. 238 more words

Dialect