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Blog Sort & Filter

Sort blog by :

  • Popularity
  • 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
  • Digital Photography
  • Events
  • Exhibitions
  • Extensions
  • Family
  • Fitness
  • Flora
  • Flora
  • Gardens
  • Glass Doors
  • Headshots
  • Holidays
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  • Interiors & Architecture
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  • Landscape Photography
  • Life
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  • Museums
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  • Night Photography
  • Open Britain
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Right Angle Triangle

I’ve never liked the expression ‘thinking outside the box’ — it just seems to exude a sense of superiority by the one expressing it.  But in this particular renovation project, […]

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City as Treasure Trove

It’s less than three miles between Mayfair and Camden Town.  Between London’s poshest address and it’s most bohemian is a distance that’s almost walkable.  This is one of the reasons […]

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Put it to the People!

One of the most momentous decisions put to the British people in modern times is now a topic no one can bear to talk about anymore.  Four years ago, the […]

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Time Flies

A few weeks ago the direction of flights into and out of Heathrow Airport in London was reversed so that planes approached from the southwest and took off towards the […]

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The Generosity of Grandparents

One of my most recent whole house photoshoots was of an interwar bungalow-style house in Ickenham, not far from Uxbridge in west London.  Originally a two bedroom, single story house […]

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Superlative Shakespeare

A truly remarkable and inspiring woman with whom I’ve worked on the Open Britain/People’s Vote campaign is also a secondary school drama teacher, Sarah O’Keefe.  At the end of November […]

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