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Trips around the country

“Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colours. 868 more words


Microsculpture - The Insect Portraits of Levon Biss


Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! Insects are a feast for photographers. Convenient. Small. Local. Bizarre. Colorful. I’ve been a bug lover for as long as I can recall. 107 more words


May Day morning

We tried to get an early night on Beltane Eve… but it didn’t really happen, so when the alarm sounded at 3.30 next morning, we should have been reluctant to move… yet my guests and I were all soon up, dressed and piling into the car for the drive to Oxford and the May Day celebrations. 428 more words


Focus Stacking in Oxford.

Focus stacking in photography is a technique used to get the greatest amount of depth of field in a single image by processing multiple images taken at different focus distances. 177 more words


Becoming a blog wanker

Food is great

Presumably the only people who can be arsed to read this are friends and possibly family at a push. Well long and short of it is I’ve decided to start a blog on quite possibly the closest thing to my heart and my life’s main passion: food. 294 more words


May Day Morris Dancing

Morris Dancers wear ribbons with rosettes and have bells on the legs and wave hankies in the air while they dance.  The first thing I had to do in order to have any chance of fitting in with Oxford Morris was to create an outfit a bit like theirs.  649 more words