Monthly Archives: December 2010
Every year, weather permitting, the Mummers perform at our local pub. They do two performances: the first is inside the pub, which is very crowded but great fun although it does make photography difficult. I don’t like to use flash, … Continue reading
One of my other interests, apart from landscapes and gig photography, is birds and wildlife although I wouldn’t count myself as a twitcher – I just like to watch the birds in my garden. I recently bought a new bird … Continue reading
A short visit down Memory Lane to Cambridge, where I used to work in the 1970s. Continue reading
After my trip in the “Niftylift” last week up the front of Towcester Town Hall, I had a little left of my lunch hour and, since the church had been looking so beautiful in the frosty winter sunshine, I went … Continue reading
After my walk around Towcester the other day, when I was invited to have an aerial view of the town from the Niftylifter in front of the Town Hall I took my DSLR into work on Wednesday. I was lucky … Continue reading
I only took my compact camera into work with me yesterday (6th December) as I didn’t think the weather was conducive to good photos, but I did manage to get these despite the frost and fog: I was walking along … Continue reading
This is the stream that runs along the back of Moat Lane in Towcester, at the start of the Water Meadows. Quite what people are hoping to achieve by tossing in old tyres and branches I’m not sure.