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Girls, girdles and gorillas in the mist

Such a good feeling to get my Nikon out again above the clouds and mist today at Ditchling Beacon. I haven't seen anything quite like it before, so beautiful...[gallery ...

Danger swastika

The fishermen of Frimley Pits

I finally got to visit the Hatches lakes this weekend as my mum had managed to get a key and membership to the privately owned land which is now a fishery. I used to ...

King of the pond

Queens goose squirrel park

A brief wonder round Queens Park in Brighton provided the opportunity to get some shots of cheeky squirrels and aggressive geese...[gallery ...

Beautiful beach litter

Sunday sunrise, storms and severed starfish in Shoreham-by-Sea

I managed to haul myself out of bed first thing on Sunday morning to catch the sunrise (the only bit of sun for the day). Even though I HATE litter, I always find it ...

The teddy I saw 2 years ago, found today wedged in fireplace with a toy snowman for company...

Schools out forever

This morning I took my new Christmas present camera (a Nikon D3200) for it's first outing, looking for a derelict school based on old army barracks nearby to my family home ...

Graffiti sun

Depressing New Years trudge around Stanmer Park

Stanmer Park is quite possibly one of the most depressing places I have ever had the misfortune to visit. It is full of badly behaved children, litter, dogs mess in bags left ...

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Sunrise over steaming suburbia

Yesterday morning I woke up super early to go for a walk and watch the sun rise over the Hatches lake, near to where I grew up. I remember this place as being really ...

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Abandoned pushchairs and dancing caterpillars at Castle Hill

Sunday involved a 10 mile hike from London Road to Castle Hill nature reserve in Woodingdean. I really love this place, there is something very magical about it that was ...

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Die Fotografie aus meinem Urlaub in Deutschland

Germany is a beautiful and wondrous country and everything they do is a million times better than the UK. I have compiled the following list illustrating some of the things ...