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  • Date

Filter blog category :

  • All Category
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  • Activism
  • Animal Life
  • Architecture
  • Art
  • Art Exhibitions
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  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom
  • Bi-Fold Doors
  • Brexit
  • Cityscapes
  • Current Events
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  • Events
  • Exhibitions
  • Extensions
  • Fitness
  • Flora
  • Flora
  • Gardens
  • Holidays
  • Interiors
  • Interiors & Architecture
  • Kitchens
  • Landscape Photography
  • Life
  • Lofts
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  • Nature
  • Night Photography
  • Open Britain
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  • Parties
  • People
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The Power of the Passion

This year, Richmond’s Passion play took place in on a damp, chilly Friday morning, which gradually turned into light rain for the better part of the performance.   This gave added […]

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The Best Festival in February

April may be the cruellest month according to TS Elliot, but February is certainly the coldest here in London.  It’s basically the bleak mid-winter.  The January sales are over and spring is […]

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The Power of the Personal

It moves me every time I go to an activist event — from the Women’s March to supporting the Palestinian cause to Brexit  (among many others) — and witness the […]

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We Gravitate Toward Simple Beauty

We live in a world that’s complex.  Combined with the myriad responsibilities and tasks we all face, I think it’s no wonder that the sleek and efficient contemporary kitchen extension has […]

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Hero Worship

Before I became a professional photographer, I’d been able to see a few of my intellectual idols in person — people like Michael Sandel of Harvard, Martin Wolf of the […]

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