Monthly Archives: February 2018

Outdoors Indoors Sunshine

Winter has hit Great Yarmouth with a vengeanceā€”just to make up for all those years we’ve missed it.With an easterly wind blasting powdering snow at my windows so I can’t even see out, I’ve decided to keep the curtains shut. … Continue reading

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Norwich Graffiti

There is a wall in the woods on Mousehold Heath, at Norwich. Just a length of wall. It connects to nothing. It’s not the ruin of some old building. In fact, it looks no more than 30-50 years old. Incongruous … Continue reading

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Asaric Tales e-book update #3

In last month’s update I intended a straight read-through of Asaric Tales Book 1. What happened? Asaric Tales Bk 1 read-through For the first few chapters I used yellow highlight to mark passages/words I wanted to change and returned to … Continue reading

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Black and White Reflections

This week I braved the elements to take some fresh photos for the 2018picoftheweek challenge. I wasn’t sure of the wisdom of this walk having a mild case of vertigo in aftermath of a sinus infection and/or a cold. But … Continue reading

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St Peter’s church, North Burlingham

The ruins of old churches seldom fail to catch my attention; I just have to investigate, even if it means a wade through waist-high nettles and a tangle of brambles. They exude a sense of Dark Gothic as if a … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge 2018

ofmariaantonia has put out a challenge. To post a new photo every Saturday, list of themes given below or follow the link. I couldn’t resist. Though until our British weather improves, I will be using photos I took in 2017 … Continue reading

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