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Such rich, muted colours along our hedgerows and countrysideRead More Autumn
I wonder if sometime soon someone will (or perhaps, already has) write a book called the Art of Marching ? There is something quite hypnotics about parades that feature people marching in large groups See the full gallery on Posterous #endRead More Marching
Lovely parade this year as Salisbury Carnival avoided the rain, as local community groups supported by local businesses entertained the crowdsRead More Car-ni-vaal!
Day Three: The most fantastic breakfast in the Hotel, with my own elegant, large teapot for a nice cup or two, or three of earl grey tea plus charcuterie, pastries, delicious tarts – a Sunday ‘petit dejeunner’ that would set you up ‘til tea-time and possibly beyond. We trekked through the Forum […]Read More Paris à pied, la troisième partie
The streets and alleys of Paris are full of intreague, interest. Buildings heaving with architectural details, grand eloquence and quirky humour. Cafes saying come in, eat, drink, talk a while, wide tree-lined boulevards and lofty arches drawing your eye further on, as if to say – keep going, there’s more around the corner. An old […]Read More dans les rues de Paris II
Back in 2009 Mike Roberts posted a picture of Imber Court in his blog http://miketoons.blogspot.co.uk/2009/04/imber-village-imber-court.html which reminded me that I would like to go back, having had my first brief glimpse back in the eighties. Imber is often described as a ‘ghost village’ or more recently, and incorrectly by the BBC as an abandoned village. […]Read More Seven Miles from anywhere…