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Saturday, 14-Aug-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Cornwall July/August 2004

Remains of Marconi's wireless station in Poldhu, Cornwall
The new Marconi Centre in Poldhu, Cornwall
Marconi memorial, Poldhu, Cornwall
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A smattering of snaps from this year's holiday

Saturday, 19-Jun-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Parliament Hill, Hampstead Heath

Tree & Sky - portrait
Tree & Sky - landscape
Storm front - portrait
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A windless therefore fruitless kite flying expedition provided a nice opportunity to photograph the gathering storm cloud front that moved in over Hampstead Heath above London this afternoon.

Monday, 31-May-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Dragonfly Sanctuary, Cornmill Meadows, Waltham Abbey

Cornmill Meadows #1
Duck and ducklings
Ducks and ducklings
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It is Bank Holiday Monday and there are blue skies with high white clouds, bright hot sunshine and the kids want to watch DVDs. Instead of despairing we dragged them out to see the dragonflys in the Dragonfly Sanctuary in the Cornmill Meadows, just North of Waltham Abbey. The merdian marker is a stone from the old London Bridge, which was demolished in 1968, carved with a relief map of the world. It sits astride the 0° line that runs north from Greenwich.

You'll need to zoom some of the pics (the ones that just look like shots of grass and reeds) to see the dragonflies and damselflies - they're not great as I have no zoom on the camera.

Saturday, 29-May-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The London Eye and The London Aquarium

The London Eye - detail #1
The London Eye - detail #2
The London Eye - detail #3
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With family over from the States, we took the rare opporunity to play tourist in our home town today. This involved a revolving 'flight' on the 142 metre high London Eye, a lunch of yummy filled bagels and iced tea followed by an informative and fun visit to the neighbouring London Aquarium. Both attractions are expensive but worthwhile as a special treat - I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.

Monday, 12-Apr-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A day at Paradise Park

A pacing tiger
Mischievous meerkats
Meerkat on lookout duty
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Although it was crowded (Easter Monday), spending a young one's birthday in an animal park was a great way to keep four energetic sprogs entertained for a day. Not only that, they hopefully learnt a fair amount and had a blast tearing around, looking at some beautiful animals in the breeding and conservation programmes and playing on every available ride.

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