Monthly Archives: January 2006

Inspiration. A weekend in Cork. A flavour of Cork.

I’m dedicating this post to the weekend I’ve just had in Cork. That’s because I took these photos in Cork. I’ve always felt that the best photos just happen. Not for me deciding some time in advance to go somewhere and … Continue reading

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More Photography

I’m going to Cork this weekend to help celebrate my father in-law’s 80th birthday. Last time I went to Cork I tried to help celebrate my parents’ in-law 50th wedding anniversary. I was a wet blanket. Such a wet blanket I … Continue reading

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The vigil starts.

No. It’s not for the whale. It’s because I need to follow orders at all times. There is a sign, by a roundabout in Windsor, which is a little ambiguous. Do they mean that you should look for cyclists that are on … Continue reading

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The Whale. Latest News

It looks like rescuers have got to the whale first. Thank God. Time was running out, as you can see on the map below. The BBC added this interesting insight. “There was also an unconfirmed sighting of a whale in … Continue reading

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More Potato News

I’ve just had an in-depth conversation with my wife. It went like this. Me: “Guess what they’re selling in big bags in Sainsburys.” My wife: “Potatoes.” Me: “Go on.” My wife: “Irish potatoes.” Me: “Go on.” My wife: “Red Roosters.” She’s … Continue reading

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Bird Flu News

Bird flu is big news again. It’s got as far as Turkey and there was a report of a case as near as Belgium. We must, at all costs, steer clear of sick creatures that may fly over here from the Far … Continue reading

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