Every district of London has its own identity. From upmarket Chelsea to the more working class areas of the East End. Southwark which as its name suggests is on the South bank of the river Thames was long seen as a rather disreputable area, home to theatres such as Shakespeare’s globe, the clink a notorious medieval prison and the barber surgeons of St. Thomas hospital.
This post is in response to a photo challenge from a fellow blogger to produce a gallery of my favourite recent photos. Although I would like to think of myself as a travel blogger I have to admit my most liked photo on Facebook was a kitten. So can I introduce my daughter’s kitten Heidi who is part Maine Coon and who we expect to grow quite big. Continue reading “2019 in photos”
It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Bristol
It is almost the end of November and like it or not that means Christmas has arrived in Bristol. Personally I think the shopping centres are looking particularly festive this year and I thought I would go for a stroll with my camera, have a gingerbread latte and share a few photos and two competitions. Continue reading “What’s on in Bristol this Christmas”
Savernake forest lies just south of Marlborough in Wiltshire. It is the largest privately owned forest in England and has belonged to the same family for 32 generations since the Norman conquest.