Monthly Archives: March 2018

A Morning At The Fence

I spent the Wednesday morning in the company of the 48th Fighter Wing at Raf Lakenheath, as this was the best day weather wise of the week. Left home for the short journey to Lakenheath which happened to take longer then normal, traffic problems at Cambridge, never mind I only missed the first wave of… Read More »

Lincoln Pt2 Cathedral

My second part to this blog, I concentrated on taking images of the iconic Cathedral the main focal point of my trip to Lincoln. Lincoln Cathedral or the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln, and sometimes St Mary’s Cathedral in Lincoln, England is the seat of the Anglican bishop. It was the… Read More »

Lincoln Pt1

A visit to Lincoln on a cold spring like day, felt like a winters day with temperatures reaching the dizzy heights of -3 with the biting winds from the  mini beast from the east. I decided to split this blog into two sections, firstly concentrate on the city itself, then in part two look at… Read More »

Winters Lodge.

The recent cold snap gave me the opportunity to capture some images at my place of work. The beast from the east combined with strong easterly winds made it the coldest end to the winter in a good number of years. We hear at the heart of Bedfordshire got off lightly, whilst the rest of… Read More »

Regent Road Yarmouth.

A few weeks ago ,a friend and I spent a weekend in Norfolk’s major seaside town, Gt Yarmouth. In This blog I decided to concentrate on the major street that is Yarmouth, Regent Road, which happens to be a unique tourist attraction in the town. With its wide pedestrian avenue leading from the town centre… Read More »

St Ives 24-2-18

Last weekend made the annual trip to St Ives, Cambs to view Interprint 2018, held at the free church. Not being a member this year of a camera club,  meant for a good number of years my work was not represented for my local club, so nice to go along and watch rather then participate… Read More »