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London Photo Show Exhibition


I am exhibiting at the London Photo Show from 1 December to 4 December 2016. The London Photo Show takes place at 5th Base Gallery, East London. Opening times are; Friday 2nd December: midday until 7pm Saturday 3rd December: 11am until 6pm Sunday 4th December: midday until 5pm  

London Photo Show Exhibition2016-12-12T08:44:43+00:00

Dorset: Durdle Door


The Durdle Door is a natural limestone rock feature on the Dorset coastline (the Jurassic Coast) near Lulworth. 'Durdle' is derived from the Old English 'thirl', meaning to pierce, bore or drill. The walk to the beach is steep with 700m at 45 degrees. But the waters are crystalline and scenery beautiful. Nearby are Man O' War Cove and Lulworth Cove.

Dorset: Durdle Door2016-12-28T11:15:13+00:00

Summer in the City – Aerial View of Canada Square


Hot days in London and it seems like all office workers appear on the green spaces at lunchtime to worship the weather. Canada Square is a grass lawn, which often has open air events during Summer and becomes covered by people lunchtime. Summer is eventually here and everyone seems determined to make the most of it.

Summer in the City – Aerial View of Canada Square2016-07-21T21:56:07+00:00

Culture Shock: 7 Surprises – India


It will come as no surprise that India is a bit of a culture shock. India is such a vibrant diverse country that is quite different to Western culture. But then the differences are what makes travel so exciting. Even expecting certain things, the experience is something else. Here are my favourite "culture shock" surprises about India. 1 Juxtaposition of new and old India is super modern at times as well as deeply traditional. It’s a land of extreme contrasts; new and old, poor and rich, high tech and …well, no tech. It’s hard to sum it all into

Culture Shock: 7 Surprises – India2016-12-28T11:15:14+00:00

Thailand’s Monkey Temple… and my favourite sunglases


A two hour train trip out of Bangkok, Thailand, is the town of Lop Buri. It was an important city during Thailand's history and has many major and beautiful ruins. However, its main attaction is the hundreds of crab-eating macaques that live in the ancient Khmer temple of Phra Prang Sam Yot. The locals feed the monkeys that live there. The Khmer temple is lovely but the monkeys are the main attraction. You can buy bananas and other food for the monkeys outside the temple's grounds and the monkeys will take these from you before too long! Make sure

Thailand’s Monkey Temple… and my favourite sunglases2016-12-28T11:15:15+00:00

Mayfield Lavender Farm


Only 15 miles outside of London is Mayfield Lavender Farm. Its 25 acres are open to the public throughout summer. I took my camera for a visit. It is a lovely field which smells wonderful. The key thing for me was that you can get there by public transport from London. Despite still being within the M25 it feels like the countryside and is a great antidote to London. They have three different types of lavender growing so a large patch is always in deep purple bloom from the end of June to the beginning of September. You can

Mayfield Lavender Farm2016-12-28T11:15:20+00:00

London Photo Show exhibition


I will be exhibiting at the London Photo Show in September. The London Photo Show takes place at 5th Base Gallery, just off Brick Lane in East London. The show takes place from 28th September to 2nd October 2016 and is open to the public every day, with a private view for exhibitors, guests and sponsors on Thursday 29th September. https://londonphotoshow.org/about/    

London Photo Show exhibition2016-12-28T11:15:27+00:00



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