War damage on the Victoria and Albert Museum reminds us how fragile our world is. Any of us could become refugees.
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At Easter 2023 I spent a few days cycling in Dorset, exploring a few of my favourite places in the south of the county. Here is the first of a short series of articles on the each of the rides. On Good Friday I headed out east to explore some of the county’s literary and artistic associations.
A visit to Greenwich to explore some of its lesser know landmarks
I am always fascinated by the process of photographing; why I photograph and what actually goes through my mind as I choose to take a particular photograph.
One of a series of posts exploring the obscure landmarks of London. This time Markfield Park – now an art gallery but once a sewage works.
In 1833 six farm workers in the village of Tolpuddle, Dorset, seeing their living standards plummet, combined together to protect their wages. They were prosecuted and transported to Australia. Tens of thousands of protestors set off from Copenhagen Fields (the later site of this clocktower) to petition for their return. Their campaign was successful and the men were freed.
The Hardy Tree
From St Pancras International trains run to places as diverse as Luton, Sheffield and Paris. Just after they have left the station they will pass a small church standing in an old churchyard.
On this day 29th March
Added during lockdown, one of my images from my earlier day.
On this day 28th March
During lockdown I shared a photograph a day taken in earlier years. This is Kinsale in Ireland.
On this day 27th March
From the lockdown gallery of photos taken on this day in the past, a view across the rooftops of Cork.