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This is my diary blog which I started when I retired from the Civil Service in April 2010. I like to include some of the things that I see and do with as many photographs as possible. Thank you for visiting my blog I hope you enjoyed it and will return to see what I have been doing. Or you could always join and be one of my followers.

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Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Weekend in Galicia, Spain

On 13 March I went to Spain for the weekend.   I visited my nieces and stayed in a little place called Vilaboa.  Fortunately the weather was really lovely during my stay.  




Laura (my niece) and I went out for the day to see this waterfall at Neda and then we sat and had coffee and watched the sun go down at Valdovino, it was beautiful. 



I had a lovely time and there are some more photos on  flickr.

Monday, 10 March 2014

Kew Gardens

Yesterday I popped into Kew Gardens as it was a beautiful sunny day.  I went early before the crowds arrived and took a few photos.  
There were some lovely Orchids to see too. 
Plenty more photos on flickr.

Regents Park to Camden (via Primrose Hill) Meetup

Last Sunday I went to a photography meetup with Hampshire Photography meetup group.  We started at Regents Park Underground Station, walked through Regents Park, on to Primrose Hill then along the canal to Camden.

First we walked across the road and up Chester Terrace, where the buildings look amazing.


Then on to Regents Park
After a stop for a coffee and a snack we walked up to Primrose Hill.

It was a bit windy
We then followed the canal.
And finally on to Camden
There are lots more photos on flickr.

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Fishbourne

On a weekend down to Worthing to see my brother and sister in law we had a day trip out to Fishbourne Roman Villa.   Quite an amazing place and fascinating mosaics. 



On the Sunday we had lunch at Devils Dyke and this was the view.