It was a beautiful sunny weekend, a good friend of mine invited me to spend a day-out in Greenwich. We went to the National Maritime Museum, Sir Christopher Wren’s Old Royal Naval College, after a long stroll uphill (without the need of oxygen masks) we reached the Royal Observatory. Unfortunately to visit the Meridian Line is now a […]
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Some great photos from the British Museum. An excellent piece of free software called Hugin http://hugin.sourceforge.net/ helped me to stitch some of the photos together to produce panoramic views.
Today is a very good day! A dry, crisp and a bright day with sunshine in London. Taken using my Kodak Digital Camera C340 Shutter Speed: 1/512 sec, F/4.8, ISO-80, F/4.8
I found this old photo from an album sitting in my cupboard gathering dust. It was a view of St. Bees village in St. Bees, Cumbria, taken from Abbots Court as the vantage point. The photo was not dated but my guess it was around 1986.
I was in Sheffield over the weekend, I took this photo while I was at the Jury’s Inn Hotel. My view was over-looking towards the south-west side of the Moor, with Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane football stadium in view near the left, and the Moor is on the right hand side of the photo.
I spent another summer holiday in Newquay, and I stayed at the Great Western Hotel. The hotel is centrally located (50 metres opposite the train station), modestly priced, rooms are clean, has 2 nice bars (indoor and outdoor) and a restaurant, staffs are friendly and helpful. I highly recommend it. But the best of all is: the hotel […]