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Vintage Day 6-9-20.

Another drive in airshow organized by the Shuttleworth Collection. This happened to be the 3rd one, so I purchased a ticket which allowed me and a Pal, Brian Reid to attend. With a fixed amount of cars and occupants, this allowed a much smaller attendance, which falls in line with the Governments Covid 19 guidelines.… Read More »

Lowestoft .

Whilst on a recent holiday in Norfolk I decided to go for a day to Lowestoft to have a look around somewhere different. Lowestoft is an English North Sea coast town and civil parish in the county of Suffolk. It is famous for being  the most easterly town and the first to see sunrise in… Read More »

Filby In Bloom./ A lovely Place To Be

Whilst I was away in Norfolk last week I decided to have a drive around to see what I could photograph, I came across a small Village called Filby which is 5 miles west of Caster and every year the locals enter for a competition called best Village in Bloom. Filby is a  civil parish… Read More »

Making History 18-7-20

Today was the day that history was made, the first ever drive in airshow anywhere in Europe and the UK, thanks to Covid 19. The organizers of such event was no other then the Shuttleworth trust who came up with the idea, of course with Government  guidelines to which we all had to adhere to.… Read More »

Lockdown Hemsby 24-6-20.

With lock down slowly easing  and the government’s advice is that you can travel further a field, a trip to the  Norfolk coast was the order of the day. As the Weather was going to be one of the hottest days of the year so far I decided a trip to Hemsby to get some… Read More »

The Liberty Wing 23-6-20.

After being cooped up for the last 3 months, I decided to get back to my photography and spend a morning at the fence in the company of the 48th Fighter Wing, at RAF Lakenheath. Arrived shortly after 08-00 am, by then it was just starting to kick off with the sounds of engines starting… Read More »

Looking Down.

Out and about in my local town, which happens to be quiet at the moment, saying that it depends what time of day you go out. As a photographer of many things these days I decided to do something different, or think outside the box, so the decision was made to photograph objects on the… Read More »

Key Workers. 1-6-20

As we slowly come out of lockdown, the thought of going out further afield to pursue my photography interest leaves me with some hope, that there is good things after bad. So as I decided this week to take a trip to a local garden centre and get some compost for my Garden, the place… Read More »

Lockdown Biggleswade. 2020

So now being 2 months into lockdown are we ready to go back to life as we know it ? answers on a post card please. In this blog I decided to post these images now rather then early on in the lockdown, infact I took these photos a day or to into the lockdown… Read More »

Natures New Life 14-5-20.

With the announcement  made by the prime minister over the weekend that new measures were being implemented to ease us out of lockdown slowly, a welcome relief for lots of us meant we can start getting back to normal, or near normal as possible. With being in isolation for nearly 8 weeks and only going… Read More »