Monthly Archives: November 2018

Not original

This house was built long after the rest of the houses in the street, and perhaps was only allowed because the original owner was, as I recall, the Town Clerk! But it still looks great now, though I’not so sure … Continue reading

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Long lens

With winter coming, and my lack of mobility, I decided to buy a new long lens to make it easier to photograph the birds on the feeders from the house. This is a 100-400mm on APS, and with the 1.4x … Continue reading

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Model railway

Not feeling too well today, so I’m having to use another photo of the model railway.

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Not many leaves left on the trees

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Another hellebore

The gardener made his last visit of the year earlier in the week, and his tidying up exposed another hellebore which is already in flower. As usual with hellebores, they hand their heads down, so it’s difficult to get a … Continue reading

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This superb orchid was one of my ┬ábirthday presents last week – especially welcome as my 2 orchids are currently flowerless (though buds are forming on them).

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New ‘facilities’ in the church

I had to visit Specsavers to collect my new glasses – I very rarely get into town now. As the walk back to the bus stop involved passing the church, and I needed a rest, I dropped in to look … Continue reading

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