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Swifts are back

I saw three swifts screeching overhead in our street this morning.  Just about the same day as for the past few years. Amazing really.

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Going, going gone

The gradual death of a beech tree in West Heath woods, near to where I live, taken over a span of about 20 years. The trunks were each felled by storms and high winds.

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Movement by The Association of Urban Photographers

Originally posted on Streetsigns:
The modern city is a space of movement, flux and flow. Everything changes; sometimes instantly before our eyes, and sometimes almost imperceptibly over time. This year Urban Photographers present Movement, their inaugural exhibition. Association members were…

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Movement by The Association of Urban Photographers

Movement by The Association of Urban Photographers.

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Sweet Chestnut

My first sight and taste of sweet chestnuts was in a hot bag handed over by a street seller in London. I was with my parents, probably visiting my Auntie Jess in Clapham Common. The skin, slightly split by the heat, needed to … Continue reading

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International Urban Photography Summer School

First day of teaching /tutorial work for me on this year’s International Photography Summer School. Thoroughly enjoying the students and colleagues again.

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Hitchhiker

Hedge Woundwort (Stachys sylvatica) This magnificent chap hitched a ride, as a seed, in a tub of bluebells kindly given to me by friends Martin and Katy, from their garden in Oxford. A few weeks after the last bluebells had … Continue reading

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