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One lens, one hour...

One lens, one hour…

… one week’s worth of posts. That’s what happened on the Saturday afternoon a trip to London. My wife and daughter went shoe shopping; I wandered off on my own – with no plan, but with my camera. 115 more words

Lumix G3

So Far Away - From London to Bermuda to Virginia

This ancestor, Reverend William Swift, is one of my favorites because I have been able to conduct so much original research on his life and family. 1,191 more words

52 Ancestors In 52 Weeks

Great London Landmarks Walk

This is the walk for you if you want to see a lot of the big tourist stuff of London in one tour. You start at the Monument to the Great Fire of London, and then head to see the cutting edge technology of the Lloyd’s Building followed by the beautiful old Leadenhall Market (see photo). 118 more words

Favourite Photos #22 - London, England

Welcome back to another Favourite Photos piece where today we take a look at a lovely view I encountered when visiting the Tate Modern Gallery along Southbank of the Thames River in London. 171 more words


A Day in Melaka

Arriving in Melaka the evening before, I eventually resorted to getting a taxi to my hostel instead of the bus as it seemed the majority of buses had stopped running for the day. 678 more words


Sunny Day in London



Copyright Debbie Smyth, 20 May 2018

Posted as part of My Sunday Photo


St Paul’s Cathedral

I have loved this building since I was a young child and as soon as I discovered the name of its architect, I elevated Sir Christopher Wren to the rank of hero. 18 more words