365 Project – Day 333

Life in Bath. As I have mentioned, Bath is a very Georgian city. What is not generally known though is that visitors are welcome to come and go as they please, as residents we are subject to certain regulations. Dress for example is strictly controlled; ladies are expected to wear a bonnet, gloves and a…

365 Project – Day 332

Bath Christmas Market. At this time of year up and down the country Christmas Markets are springing up everywhere. Acknowledged as one of the very best, Bath Christmas Market opened this week and will run for three weeks. For the market lots of wooden sheds – sorry chalets are set up and used as ‘pop…

365 Project – Day 331

Slammin’ Sam. At last, after about nine months waiting, we finally got to see ‘Slammin’ Sam Burgess run out for Bath Rugby. This is BIG news, at least in Bath. Sam Burgess is the latest in a line of players to switch code from Rugby League to Rugby Union. It was a great coup when…

365 Project – Day 330

Concrete Cows. Yes folks, we’ve been to Milton Keynes. Today we visited our daughter in Bedfordshire and went with her and two granddaughters to Milton Keynes to see the Christmas lights. And some concrete cows. Milton Keynes is a town in Buckinghamshire created as an overspill for people from London. There are positive things to…

365 Project -Day 329

Autumn, or is it winter? Days like today are a real challenge for getting a photograph. A late autumn day, or is it an early winter one? Dull, cold, damp and absolutely flat lighting. Looking around for something interesting and frankly there’s not much to see but if you look hard enough there’s always something.…

365 Project – Day 328

Fairy Castle. In the mystery land to the west of the ancient city of Bristol, across the Causeway of Cribb everyone lives in fairy castles. Yes, Christmas is on the way! 25 November 2014

365 Project – Day 327

The Last Gasholder. This is a picture taken from Royal Victoria Park in Bath looking across towards Whiteway, in between the gloriously autumn coloured trees you can see two cranes and a steel structure. The structure is the last gasholder in Bath and the cranes are in the process of demolishing it. Gasholders are a…