Monthly Archives: August 2012

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside

We’re just back from a trip to Aldeburgh. It was good to see Jen, Al & the boys but it was also good to see the ocean again. The canals are a bit short on ocean views! Our visit coincided … Continue reading

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Stained glass, markets and industrial heritage – a journey up the River Don to Sheffield

We’re back in Thorne now having had a wonderful couple of weeks following the River Don through Doncaster and Rotherham and up to Sheffield. When I looked back through my photographs three things really stood out for me. The stained … Continue reading

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Junctions

I’ve been thinking about why canal junctions always make me feel happy. They’ve often got beautiful bridges… They open out into wide vistas… But most of all they offer choices. OK, ¬†you generally know exactly which way you’re going to … Continue reading

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