There are many reasons why I love living in Hampstead, and being a half-hour walk from Primrose Hill is one of them. Apart from providing the finest panorama of London north of the river (with all due respect to aficionados of Parliament Hill) there’s a surprise in store on nearly every visit. For example, on theContinue reading “101 DRUIDS (NOT DALMATIANS) – ON PRIMROSE HILL”
In 2003 my wife was invited to India to open an autism clinic in Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu. We flew into Madras where we also spent our first night. Unfortunately, our hotel was terrible (too terrible to go into details on this site) and with the monsoon in full sway, it all added up to aContinue reading “A RAINY DAY IN CHENNAI”
The Israeli coastal town of Netanya sits on high sandstone cliffs above one of the most spectacular beaches anywhere on the eastern Mediterranean seaboard. The 12 images presented here reflect the beach’s vivid and colourful mood over a time-span covering the last four decades.
Here are ten images of the dramatically beautiful island of Madeira. The original photos were taken in 1989 on my old Nikon FE
Sadly I only know Singapore as a stopover , so these truly are merely fleeting impressions…
Those of you familiar with my posts might already have seen my cartoon record of our trip to Chile in 1991. Well, here are some images from that same wondrous journey, from photos taken just months after the new democracy had been born. From the man moodily anticipating his bowl of chicken cazuela in aContinue reading “SOME PEOPLE OF CHILE”
THESE IMAGES ARE FROM PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN BACK IN THE MID TO LATE 80’S – TO THIS DAY IT REMAINS MY FAVOURITE AND MOST ROMANTIC GARDEN OF ALL THOSE I HAVE EVER VISITED – THE FACT THAT ON BOTH MY VISITS I WAS ACCOMPANIED BY A BEAUTIFUL GIRL MIGHT HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH THAT…
HALF-A-DOZEN DAWN IMAGES OF THE THAMES AT OXFORD